Do you have a bucket list? Everyone should have one because it will help us identify our dreams and goals that we want to fulfill before we die. Start one now if you haven’t already. If you’re unsure about how many to include, some say fifty, while others one-hundred or more, but ultimately it’s your choice. There are even online sites to help, such as bucketlist.org/ https://fullylived.com/creative-bucket-list-ideas/.
Sometimes our goals seem unobtainable for different reasons, money, time, health. But don’t let them stop you. Pick three goals at a time, but don’t let that keep you from fulfilling other goals If you spontaneously find the opportunity. If you use social media, you might get tips from others. Search the internet; you might be surprised. Save your money; that’s the most difficult because it seems like most people are tight on money. I’ve been there. Sometimes, we get unexpected money, IRS refund, bonus, even money willed to you from a distant relative. As the saying goes, where there’s a will, there’s a way.
If you feel you don’t have the time, save your vacation days, wait for the opportunity that comes along. Change your goal. If you wanted two weeks, think about making it one week. Be flexible.
Health problems are the most difficult challenge. Talk to your doctor about your bucket list and make it attainable. I don’t have all the answers, but I do have a saying, “Google is my friend.” Recently I was researching how to pronounce the letter I in Sumerian, a 3,000-year-old dead language. After two hours I found it. If you ever find a time machine and go back to that era, it’s pronounced like an e. See, you did learn something from this post. Happy adventures!