I love reading other people’s bucket lists and I started to wonder…why have I never written one?
There are so many places I want to visit (basically ALL of the places), and so many things I want to do (nearly ALL of the things), but I also think it’s important to have tangible goals and pick a few priorities. The rest can just be bonuses, or part two of the never-ending bucket list ride that we call life (deep, man).
I am breaking these out into two sections – travel and life experiences. Obviously there might be some overlap, but I think it’s important to have goals that can be achieved outside of travel as well.
Learn to speak a third language fluently. I am leaning towards French, since it’s the other national language of Canada and very similar grammatically to Spanish. As a fourth, I think I’d like to learn sign language. My mom knows a bit ofB it and I always admired that.
Go skydiving. I have wanted to do this for so long and age is making me more and more nervous to do it! I better get after it soon.
I could go on and on, as I’m sure many of us could. But this is a good place to stop for me – it gives me enough direction and things to dream about without being totally overwhelming. I can start picking away at the lists!
You know I really had a ton of fun writing out my bucket list and I highly recommend the activity to you. It’s very satisfying to write down what you want and inspiring to feel that with a plan, some hard work and saving, there’s no reason we can’t have what we want out of life.
Will you add any of these items to your bucket list?
Link to yours in the comments so I can check them out (if you post them online) or tell me about them! I am excited to hear what you’ve included.
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