The end of the year is fast approaching, and nearly everyone I know is plotting out their plans for 2014 and thinking about their bigger life goals.
What things do you want to do next year? What type of person do you want to be?
If you’re struggling to come up with an answer, then I think it’s about time for you to sit down and write a bucket list.
A bucket list contains all the things you want to be, do, and experience before…well, you know. Do people even say “kick the bucket” anymore?
And if you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you know I hate the term bucket list. I’d rather use “life list” but nobody knows what I’m talking about when I say that. Bah! Bah, I say!
I used to watch WAY too many Looney Tunes cartoons as a kid, and this clip still comes to mind whenever someone says bucket list.
The wabbit kicked the bucket…the bucket kicked the wabbit…
Anyhoo, the point of a bucket list is to let yourself think freely and not limit yourself. That means people can come up with some pretty weird and wonderful ideas.
Eating your weight in macaroni and cheese? Maybe that’s just me…
So you tell me—what’s the most unusual thing on your bucket list?
I’d like to work at Walt Disney World, even if just for a day. I’d also like to do a road trip across America and visit all the silliest roadside attractions like the enormous ball of twine.
In addition to writing my bucket list dreams as SMART goals, I’ve also had great success by picking a date to complete the task and writing it nice and big in my planner.
What’s the most unusual thing on your bucket list?
In the comments below, share what silly, strange, or outrageous things you want to do.