What were the coolest, most outrageous goals of 2015?

Wow! On our last post we saw the top 10 favorite bucket list goals of 2015 but I have to say, writing today’s was a highlight of the year. You all did some incredibly cool stuff!

So much cool stuff, it was difficult for me to narrow in on just a few of the achievements to showcase. But since you might as well go big or go home:

Here are 3 of the most inspiring success stories added to Bucketlist.org in 2015!

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Here are the top Bucket List goals of 2015

2015 was the best year yet for the 300,000 (!!!!!) plus members of the Bucketlist community! The ten goals below are just scratching the surface of all the cool stuff you’re going to do in the years to come.

Next week we’re going to be sharing some of my favorite success stories, and I mean there’s some outrageous stuff on that list. But to kick off the year end review, take a look at the Top 10 Most Popular Goals of 2015! (more…)

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The 5 most difficult bucket list items to accomplish

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.

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Bucketlist Roundup – The Top 5 Bucket List Achievements of the Week

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…)

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Bucket List Calendar of Festivals & Events – March 2015

Everyday there are fabulously exotic festivals & celebrations around the world. Here are some of our favorite events of things you have to experience for yourself.

molten iron throwing
With a name like “Molten Iron Throwing” you know it has to be good. In this illumining festival talented blacksmiths celebrate the end of the Lunar New Year in style by throwing molten metal against cold stone wall to create an explosion of sparks and light. Nothing I write can truly compete with the spectacle, so take a look as the experts light up the night in the Yu County Lantern Festival.

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Decide What You Want To Do in Life… Then Write That Sh*t Down

In life you have to be decisive. You have to make the difficult choices, and stand by the decision that you made.

Decision making didn’t always come naturally to me. In fact, around those most gloriously awkward pre-teen/teen years, I couldn’t make a decision to save my life. Now, however, it’s something that I believe should be taught more in school, but unfortunately during those formative years, we’re often left to flounder through life hoping that things work out.

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Festivals Around the World – Bucket List Worthy Events for Jan – Feb 2015

Festivals are as unique as the people celebrating, and an amazing addition to your bucket list. With the beginning of the year, I thought it was a perfect opportunity to dive into some of the most intriguing events from around the world – and who knows, maybe next year you’ll be there in person.  So sit down and take a peak into some of the best bucket list ideas on the planet – the festival roundup of January 2015.
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Hang gliding

Hang Gliding: Fly Like Superman

Hang gliding is the perfect bucket list goal for those who’ve always wished for the super power to fly.

A hang glider is a triangular sail with an aluminum frame. This is different from a paraglider, which is more of a parachute. In a hang glider, you’re facing down and forward – like you’re flying – while in a paraglider, you’re in more of a seated position. The two are often confused, with paragliding showing up on more bucket lists, but I’d like you to consider hang gliding too.
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