Years 1-4 - I graduate in December with my associates of Nursing, which I am so looking forward to. I plan on moving to an area near whichever hospital I can get a job in, which either means closer to Detroit, or Ann Arbor. With the new found wealth that I'll have from going into nursing, I plan to greatly expand the activities that I do to things I simply couldn't afford before. Rock climbing, ice hockey and picking up Krav Maga, or crossfit top that list. I will be traveling extensively over the next few years. I have a bucket list a mile long, but my big five are Europe, Brazil, Japan, Australia, and India. Now in between traveling the globe, I'll probably be spending my free time going back to school for my BSN, supplemented with camping, baseball and volleyball, and maybe another Tough Mudder in the summer, apple orchards, bonfires and football in the fall, and hockey in the winter. Yes, I'm a bit of a sports nut, but I'll obviously be doing the normal people stuff too - going to the bar (in moderation, I'm not 21 anymore), movies, dinner, nights at home watching TV, wacky adventures, etc.
This video says it all about the importance of travel in my life.
Years 5-8 - This is a lot more vague because it's a ways down the road. Preferably settled down and starting a family in a moderate (not live beyond our means) house, with one to no more than three children (after the third one I'll do a home vasectomy if I have to). I will hopefully start school for my MSN, because I would really love to teach some day. And blah blah blah, happily every after or something.