I don't do this. I used to, but I'm not a life planner anymore. It's actually why my blog is called improvised intentions- when I went travelling during summer 2010 I had it all planned, and it was going to be so great I wanted to travel for a whole year after uni. I hated it. I didn't hate it, but I didn't enjoy it as much as I wanted and I really could not see myself doing it for a whole year after uni. So I was lost. and I wasn't sure what to do - I'd literally sat on that plan since I was 15 and a volunteering company came to school and did a powerpoint.
So I was sad and confused about it for a good month, and then I let it go. and just accepted it wasn't part of my life plans. From there, I decided I wasn't going to plan such huge milestones, but handle perhaps the next 6 months - because anything can change in six months.
I guess generally and roughly thinking about it, in 10 years I will be 31/32 so I'd like to have a house and be married (to Michael). I suppose a child would come in there somewhere too but I'm not sure about that yet. My house will be incredible and decorated just so. I will hopefully be in a job that I want to be in (and will have trialed a good couple just to make sure that is the job I want), that has a good part-time option for when I take maternity leave and if I want to return back to work etc!
Interesting prompt. I like to see how much of a variation everyone else's will have!