Day 32 Question 32:
What is on your bucket list?
This entry is going to be quite a bit shorter than my usual rants. I am sure this list will get longer and longer as time passes because there are millions of things I want to experience but I thought this would be a good start and it would allow people to think about their bucket list. In case you are reading this and you don’t know what a bucket list is, it is a list of things you want/hope to do before you kick the bucket. I am off to Mt. Pleasant today for the first part of a Transcendental Meditation course I am taking. I am beyond excited. I now can say I will have one thing checked off the bucket list. What’s on your bucket list?
Diane’s Bucket List:
~Making a monumental speech that impacts people’s lives
~Being a mentor/role-model
~Being a part of several projects that help the less fortunate
~Becoming a life coach or motivational speaker
~Learn to speak Italian or Spanish fluently
~Publish a book-hopefully more than one
~Put a message in a bottle and throw it off the pier into the ocean
~Visit a Buddhist Temple/Monestary
~Learn to paint
~Take photography class(es)
~Start a Youtube channel/make documentary
~Conquer my fear of moving somewhere all by myself
~Sing one more time at an open mic night
~Learn to play piano
~Own a house and create an art/writing studio
~Take an acting class
My most important piece on MY bucket list is: To always stay positive. Easier said than done, but with true rewards! 🙂
You have quite a list. I hope all your dreams come true. 🙂
I’ve not finished writing up an official list but many of the things you’d like to do are also on mine:
*Publish a book (even if noone buys it)
*Learn to play piano/guitar
*Continue with singing lessons (already sang Call Me by Blondie last week at a kareoke bar – I’ve never had the guts to do it sober before and apparently I did quite well 😀 )
*Write ‘last’ letter to people I care about (this sounds morbid, I know).
*Learn to skydive on my own (I have done tandem)
*Climb a mountain for charity
*Volunteer for a children’s hospice
I know there will be loads more though…
Hi Diane. Great post of yours. Here is a list I use to update regurlarly wether I do the things I planned or wether I decide change my plans. I always try to put a time milestone in front of each item. I think we change and that we won’t deisre the same thing in one month or in one year. Let me know your thoughts about it. I will create a post about this on my blog http://35nextyears.com.
Before summer : working 1 week in a random french town different from Marseille.
Within 6 months : create a new music band, playing on stage and begin to write my ‘Musician Coaching Guide’
Within 6 months : 1 holiday week in Corsica, 1 summer Kung-fu camp week
Within 1 year : change of house and car
Within two years : My second 35nextyears project book is being written
Within 5 years : Sell my french company
I am DEFINITLY going to check it out :0) Thanks so much!
You’re welcome Diane. I’m fan of your day–by-day questions serie ;-)*
Great job indeed.
My post is here http://ow.ly/9a57s . I mentioned your post.
See ya around.
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Fantastic bucket list. Mine looks similar….good luck to us!