Achievements 2015

I think is important to recognize your victories in life. I also mention that on my confidence and self-esteem blog post. Taking pride in passing these milestones in your life is perfectly acceptable. Here is my list of achievements in 2015: 

  • Taught my beavers the beaver law
  • Designed a badge
  • Won my class in “molboløbet”
  • Was recognized for my chalk street art
  • Traveled to Paris
  • Tried high roping
  • Tried bouldering
  • Voted for the Parliament
  • Passed all exams
  • Gained 5 more top grades for my certificate
  • Graduated highschool
  • Received a whole lot of beautiful words from, friends, family and teachers when graduating
  • Completed a bank appointment
  • Slept alone outdoors
  • Saved more than 10000 DKK
  • Taught orienteering to kids
  • Donated blood
  • Visited my previous scout leaders grave
  • Received 3 job offers in 2 days
  • Volunteered in my gap year
  • Traveled abroad, alone
  • Tried 3G Swing
  • Did the leap of faith
  • Got own article published locally
  • Completed Jacobs Ladder
  • Passed my level 1 ropes assessment
  • Passed archery assessment
  • Passed rifles assessment
  • Started a new sport: Salsa
  • Facepainted customers
  • Completed Adventure Course
  • Created a bank account with (almost) no help
  • Was complimented by experienced salsa dancers
  • Renovated an Orienteering Course
  • Survived more than 3 1/2 months without parents

Some of these achievements are bigger than others. They are not all easily measurable, but they are all important in their own way. Here are some pictures of a few of them:

My list for 2016 will be published in the end of the year until then it is a working process. Will you share some of your personal achievements with me?


3 thoughts on “Achievements 2015

  1. INFJash says:

    This is wonderful! I just love reading about others accomplishments. It makes me feel excited and motivated to accomplish my own things! It also gives me ideas of what I would like to do! For example, your list made me realize that I really want to try rock climbing, What is high roping? That sounds interesting. I want to travel outside of Canada for the first time within the next year. My partner and I want to go to Disneyland (or world) I am not sure yet which one it is haha. I need to do some research! 🙂


  2. nikolinea says:

    Rock climbing is definitely highly recommended from me. I absolutely love it and wish I could do it more. High roping is easiest explained as an obstacle course up high where you are attached to a safety system. To me it was extremely challenging, but an exiting and fun experience. Moments like those are the ones I hang on to as good memories. I would love to get some updates on the travelling plans.


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