Bucket list

After celebrating my 28th birthday, I felt like I wasn’t truly experiencing life to its fullest.

I’m sure there are a lot of people of all ages feeling this way, and I know I am still young, but I decided that was not the way I wanted to live. I don’t want to look back in 50 years and regret not following my dreams because I was afraid to go beyond my comfort zone, because the life I was leading at that time was safe.

So I made a list. A list of a hundred things. Not to feel the pressure to do them before a certain age or even before I die. But a list of things I would like to experience during my life. Things I’m interested in and passionate about, some of them a once in a Lifetime experience. A list to hopefully complete one day, but if I don’t, I know that is okay too, because at least I put my dreams out there and I gave it my best shot.

My list of a 100 things!

  1. Have a bonfire with s’mores
  2. Learn another language fluently
  3. Go to a weekend long festival
  4. Be part of a TV show audience
  5. Go to an American Football/ Baseball game
  6. Go to an outdoor movie
  7. Learn to play an instrument
  8. See the Northern Lights
  9. Dive the Great Barrier Reef
  10. Write a book
  11. Fall madly in love
  12. See a Solar Eclipse
  13. Climb a mountain
  14. Ride a hot air balloon
  15. Dance in the rain
  16. Ride a horse on the beach
  17. Get a Bachelor’s degree
  18. Learn self defense
  19. Donate blood
  20. Learn sign language
  21. Do volunteer work
  22. Let go of a floating lantern
  23. Dye my hair a new color
  24. Visit New Orleans
  25. Conquer my biggest fear
  26. Dogsledding in Alaska
  27. Watch a meteor shower
  28. Document my life in a journal
  29. Love my body
  30. Attend Comic-Con
  31. Run a marathon
  32. See a performance in the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville
  33. Rooftop stargazing with someone I love
  34. Cook a 5-course meal for family and friends
  35. Send a message in a bottle
  36. Live in a different country for a year
  37. Have a Disney movie marathon
  38. Attend a gala party and dress the part
  39. Leave my mark
  40. Learn how to dance
  41. Go roller-skating
  42. Marry my Epic love!
  43. Learn astrology
  44. Start my own business doing something I love
  45. Fold a 1,000 origami cranes
  46. Have coffee with a stranger
  47. Carve a pumpkin and celebrate Halloween
  48. Take a road trip
  49. Go an entire day without technology
  50. Make a time capsule
  51. Experience real Magic!
  52. Own a house with a porch swing
  53. Have a pillow fight
  54. Make every single thing in a cookbook
  55. Helicopter flight over the Grand Canyon
  56. Travel through all continents
  57. Sand surfing in the desert
  58. Sleep under a sky full of stars
  59. Paint
  60. Send a present to a soldier
  61. Do something completely selfless
  62. Spend some time alone in Nature
  63. Own a dog
  64. Ride the Transsiberië Express
  65. Hike the Machu Picchu trail
  66. Learn photography
  67. Go on a camping trip
  68. Build a blanket fort
  69. Kiss under the mistletoe
  70. Go to a pool party
  71. Visit Hogwarts
  72. Fly a plane
  73. Walk the great wall of China
  74. Be able to ride a wave
  75. See wild horses
  76. Be someone’s inspiration
  77. Have no regrets
  78. Built a snowman
  79. Backpack in Australia
  80. Experience working on a farm like ‘McLeod’s Daughters’
  81. Be able to do a Yoga headstand
  82. Have my own personal library at home
  83. Visit all US states
  84. Organize a great New Year’s Eve party
  85. Continue to pay it forward
  86. Experience zero gravity
  87. Go see a handreader/ fortune teller
  88. Learn to sew
  89. Tie wishes to balloons and let them go
  90. Find something positive in every day
  91. Do SUP yoga
  92. Stand in the middle of a field full of flowers
  93. Learn how to do my hair and make-up properly
  94. Stick to a routine
  95. Know my family tree
  96. Learn calligraphy
  97. Go sailing
  98. Watch the sun set from a place I love
  99. Be an organ donor to help save a life
  100. Live a fulfilled life.

Now let’s do this!


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