“Never say ‘no’ to adventures. Always say ‘yes,’ otherwise you’ll lead a very dull life.”
A few weeks ago I was going through my laptop deleting old pictures and word documents when I came across my Bucket List. When I was in High School my friends and I used to watch MTV’s The Buried Life which was about 4 guys who travel around the United States crossing things off their bucket list. However, the twist is that for each item they cross off they help a stranger cross something off their own list.
It was a pretty cool concept.
It got me and my friends thinking that we should each have one of our own as well. So my bucket list began at the tender age of 16 when I thought I knew everything I wanted out of life.
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You’ll find my bucket list below. I’m hoping that by sharing mine I can give you your own bucket list ideas. Since starting my bucket list when I was 16, I’ve added to it over the years. Some of my bucket list items are old, outdated, and no longer apply to things I want out of life. Some of them are really random, obscure, and may only interest me. But at the end of the day, your bucket list and the ideas on it should be a personal and true reflection of the goals and the experiences you desire to have. I know mine are.