The idea behind bucket lists is this: They’re all about finally doing what you want to do and getting away from what everyone else thinks you should be doing. I guess because I’ve always been self-employed, my various forms of work have always kind of fulfilled my bucket list. I’ve been fortunate in this way because my work has always felt like a game to me more than a job I had to do. That said, we can all acknowledge that there are times we feel there’s probably “a little more out there” than we’ve gotten to thus far and maybe we want to try to make these dreams actual realities.
I’ve seen all kinds of bucket list ideas. From jumping out of planes and trips to exotic places to learning to play an instrument or a solo in the church choir. Your list is your list. That’s the point of it. Making it actualize is all about you as well. As a result of some online research, I’ve assembled a suggested plan for making your “dreams” move over to the “been there and done that” column.
- Think about realistic and achievable goals.
- Make a written list. Keep it in a prominent place and review it regularly.
- Don’t stress if you change your mind and want to modify it. It’s yours and yours alone. Change it up all you want.
- Don’t feel a need to share it with others. The naysayers will be naysayers!
- Planning isn’t optional. Pick one or two items from the list and start to plan your roadmap for making the dream come true. Set a timeline with a due date, and try to stick to that.
- Cross off each achievement as you fulfill it.
- Assuming you lived through your goal — and unless it was ridiculously dangerous you probably will — repeat starting from step one.
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