33 Things To Do While I'm 33

Update: Track the progress of this list here.

So today I turned 33 years old. I cannot believe it. I still feel like a young child - most would agree that I still act like one also.

However, to celebrate my adulthood and advancing maturity, I present the 33 Things I plan to do while I am 33. Note that these are in no particular order. Also, if you have an idea or way to help me accomplish one of these, please let me know.

  1. Move into Chicago proper
  2. Drop 30 pounds
  3. Visit Navy Pier finally
  4. See the Blue Man Group
  5. Party in Boystown
  6. Weekend camping trip
  7. See a Cubs Game
  8. See a Bears Game
  9. Feel the sand between my toes
  10. Visit the Shedd Aquarium
  11. Attend Market Days
  12. Stay up all night and watch the sun rise over the lake
  13. Watch Windy City Live LIVE
  14. Volunteer for a Gay organization
  15. Take a trolley through Chicago
  16. Visit Lincoln Park Zoo
  17. Attend a Gala or major event
  18. Take a bus
  19. Visit the Planetarium
  20. Visit the Leather Museum
  21. Eat at Billy Goat Tavern
  22. Visit the Chicago Water Tower
  23. Attend Midsommarfest
  24. Attend a Full Moon Jam
  25. Throw a dinner party
  26. Eat dinner with a stranger
  27. Dance in the middle of a street
  28. Spend an entire day in bed just because
  29. Paint a picture
  30. Take a yoga class
  31. Be an extra in a movie/TV series
  32. Learn to dance
  33. Do something taboo

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