What’s on Your Bucket List?

July 24,2020

Congrats! You made it to Friday, and it is almost the end of the month. All this contemplation led me to think of goals. That led me to also think of today’s topic: a Bucket List. Have you made yours? I encourage you to consider making one.

Why is it called a Bucket List?

“Etymology. From kick the bucket (“to die”) + list, hence a “list of things to do before you die”. The term was coined by American and British screenwriter Justin Zackham in his screenplay for the 2007 film The Bucket List. … The first item on his list was to have a screenplay produced at a major Hollywood studio.”

https://en.m.wiktionary.org › wiki bucket list – Wiktionary

Here’s the full list of the 10 top bucket list items on singles’ lists:

  • Change someone’s life for the better – 52%
  • Get to my ideal weight – 47%
  • Go on a safari – 45%
  • Ride a hot air balloon – 45%
  • See the Northern Lights – 45%
  • Go to the Super Bowl – 43%
  • Swim with dolphins – 39%
  • Travel through Europe – 38% May 15, 2017

https://www.usatoday.com › life › th…

The following are some of the top examples of items on Bucket Lists:

  • Fly in a Hot Air Balloon Over the Loire Valley. …
  • Go tandem skydiving. …
  • Go Zorbing. …
  • Do a Color Run. …
  • Run the New York Marathon.
  • Hike the Appalachian Trail.

• Swim in the World’s largest swimming pool

https://daringtolivefully.com › buck…

By creating a Bucket List, you will be inspired. It will encourage you to pursue the most unique experiences. These may be the most memorable, and may positively affect your life.

Realistically, you may not complete everything on your Bucket List. Yet, it is important to create a list. As you brain storm, you will discover which experiences you want to explore. After making your list, you will be more likely to hold yourself accountable to pursue your dreams. This is why a Bucket List is a great way to set your life goals, and stay focused on achieving them.

What is one of the items on your Bucket List? Please share in the comments. Thank you for sharing!

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