This blog is dedicated to fulfilling my impossible list.

Put simply, the impossible list is an ever-evolving list of experiences that build upon each other, help others as well as yourself, and implore you to take action. 

The impossible list is different. It’s fluid, updating status of what’s coming, what’s next and where you’ve come from. It’s always changing, always updating and always evolving. The impossible list isn’t just a piece of paper, it’s a commentary to yourself on how you’re living.


Well, this is mine, with the first version written on the 18th of june 2020. It’s pretty personal but I decided to share it to actually make it real.


  • Get my bachelor’s in psychology
  • Follow extra classes in business economics
  • Do a masters’ degree


  • start my own ethical business one day


  • join a college theater group
  • write and perform my own play one day
  • write and direct my own (short) movie
  • have an appearance in an advertisement or as an extra on tv acting


  • Finish my book with at least 80000 words
  • Write a childrens’ book
  • Collect all the stories I’ve written and do something with them
  • Publish a book


  • Finish 20 more books from today (18-6) untill the end of 2020


  • Have a job on a camping site – completed 25-7-20
  • Spend a semester studying abroad
  • Build my own van to travel with some day
  • Go backpacking
  • Do charity work abroad
  • Spend a night under the stars
  • Camp in nature with my soulmate
  • Travel somwhere with my Italian friend
  • Go to a music festival


  • Visit Barcelona with my grandmother
  • Make close friends with similar ambitions to me and go on (little) adventures with them
  • Date someone offline
  • Find my soulmate
  • Keep in touch with my highschool friends


  • Be able to play Sonate no. 14 by Beethoven perfectly


  • Learn Spanish
  • Learn to sew – got sewing machine on 19-7-20
  • Get my drivers’ license – passed the theoretical exam on 21-7-20
  • Learn to paint portraits


  • Live more minimal
  • Live more sustainably
  • Learn to listen to people better
  • Spend less time on social media and more time in nature

Long term

  • Get married
  • Have a child
  • Own a home
  • Give back to my parents what they gave me
  • Teach something to someone and share knowledge
  • Donate blood once I’m allowed
  • Grow my own fruit and vegetables