There is a lot of magic in this glorious planet of ours. From the majesty of the coastal mountain range, to the sprawling skies of the prairies, nature has a lot to offer. But not only nature, I think it’s high time we start appreciating the beauty within the ordinary and realize that everyday is to be treasured in it’s own unique way.
Well, it’s Monday, which means that we are all due for a little day dreaming. And because I love sharing my life with you, I thought I’d share three of my favorite bucket list ideas I can’t wait to tackle one day soon. I’m not going to lie, these don’t really have any theme in common other than they are all on my bucket list. Scroll on to check them out, add to your own bucket list, or simply read about other people’s experiences tackling these bucket list goals.
I’ve always loved writing. For me, words were the perfect medium to express my thoughts. However never in my wildest dreams did I think that I would be publishing a book, with readers around the world, before the age of 25. That was until July 2014.
On a sunny day like any other – as I’m sure so many stories begin – one meeting would change the course of my being. Let me preface this, writing a book is a lot of work, like a lot – like way, way, more work than I thought. But it has been one of the most rewarding and gratifying experiences in my life. What I realized during the entire process was that some things could have been stream lined if there was a sort of guide out there – a manual to hack writing and publishing a book.
*****Update: Application form now attached
Having a bucket list is an incredible tool to guide your life and help you live your dreams. However, a large hurdle so many people face is not having the financial means to tackle their ever-growing bucket list.
Who Wants to be a Millionaire is hosting a special bucket list themed week – to help you achieve some of your life goals – and we want to see you on TV. (more…)
“Variety’s the spice of life, that gives it all its flavor.” – William Cowper
About a year ago, this article changed my life.
Working for a company like Bucketlist can sometimes have its challenges mainly because you’re inundated with a constant reminder that the end is inevitable. However I’ve learned to take this as the ultimate blessing in disguise – even when I have to verbally remind myself of the privileged position I’m in – because through a random sequence of events, I am here, working for an amazing company that encourages myself and thousands of people around the world to live life. It’s all about living, and in the end, like that fatally poignant article suggests, people don’t remember the hate, or the daily grind. (more…)
Working for Bucketlist, has given me some pretty neat insights into people’s goals and ambitions. Not only the incredibly inspirational successes, but also some interesting tidbits on life. And although not impossible, these next 5 goals seem to be the most challenging to achieve – for some reason or another.
* We calculated this list by dividing the number of people who included this goal on their list (doing) by the number of people who have completed it (done) to get the percentage of completion – based on over 245,000 members.
A couple weeks ago, we announced the new release of the completed goals on Bucketlist and asked for members to send their best and brightest bucket list accomplishments to us! We were astonished – and oh so proud – of all of the awesome things that you all have achieved. So much so that we can’t help but share the inspiration in this weeks bucket list achievements round up (just click on the image to read more or add to your list). (more…)