Ultimate #Goals Millennials Should Be Setting Right Now

Millennials are known for putting their interests and passion first before anything else. If they want to live alone, browsing through leaflets of The Fort condo for sale, you can be sure that they’ll figure it out, even if they can’t get that condo in BGC.

So for millennials who want to set goals for their personal development, here are some other goals you might want to consider.


Doesn’t have to be abroad, since that’s what people mostly do, especially those who post about it on Instagram. However, don’t do it for the bragging rights. Do it to give yourself a feel and sense of fulfillment knowing that you helped other people out of the goodness of your heart, and not just to get likes and follows. By doing this, you can recognize how privileged you are, and maybe you’ll learn the importance of contributing to society, and giving to those who are unfortunate in life.

Find something you truly enjoy

Many people have a difficult time looking for something that they pour their entire heart into, but when they do, they want to do nothing but. It can be anything. It can be yoga, it can be dancing if you decide to go to your local dance studio; it can be a new hobby like writing or painting. Try everything you want to try and see if you fall in love with it.  In addition, traveling is something that most millennial are into nowadays.

Discover yourself

Maybe there is no end to the road of discovering yourself, and maybe you shouldn’t stop. Maybe your entire life should be dedicated to self-discovery. Read books about it, listen to podcasts, and listen to heart and your desires. When you learn something about yourself, you can choose to change your ways to fit what you’ve discovered, and maybe even turn your life around for the better if you’re not feeling like you’re on top of the world.

Build friendships that last

Yes, even online friends. Don’t take your friends for granted and invest in your relationships with them. Your relationships with other people, especially with friends you spend most of your time with can affect your happiness and outlook on life. Appreciate your friends, show them that you care, and if you don’t have a lot of them, maybe it’s time to try making more.

Try something new

If you think you can’t do it, do it. Try something you wouldn’t usually do, or try something you know you wouldn’t normally go into. Open yourself up to something new, something you’ve never thought about. Maybe you can even find a new hobby because of it. If you’re too scared about trying it out, bring a friend. Maybe you’ll discover something together with them
It’s difficult to catch up when people have expectations of you, but it’s better to slow down and take it easy, maybe decide what’s more important for yourself rather than letting other people decide that for you. Remember: It’s your life and you should live it for yourself and not for other people.


Katrina is your average gal living inside the metro who has a passion for writing, video editing and photography. She admires nature at its finest and always wanted to become one of them. Dreaming to have the Cinderella life one day, humming with the birds, dancing with the clouds.


  1. I love this! We get a lot of stick but then again are very driven people!

    Corinne x

  2. Traveling indeed is one of the 'millennial' thing to do! Must do this while we're young and just be wild! Thank you for sharing!

  3. Such a great post! I definitely agree on these :) millenials should pay closer attention to their future
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  4. Nice points Kylie! If there is one thing that I have discovered that I truly enjoy, blogging talaga eh. And maybe a bit of photography though struggling pa naman ako dyan. Haha. But to travel the world, that's my ultimate goal talaga! :)

    xx, Wandering Ella


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