Bucket List Ideas

Once in your lifetime you must have thought of creating a bucket list. A bucket list is like a list of goals you’re trying to achieve.

Here (in this post) I’ll give you a list of the things you can add on your bucket list and of course you’re more than welcome to set up your own.

My advice is to set a time frame for the list. For example, Bucket list for when I’m in my 20s, 30s etc. We don’t know what life might bring during that periods of our life and things do change but it could be helpful setting a time frame for when you’re planning to do these things.

The Bucket List

Travel

  1. Travel to Europe
  2. Travel to Asia
  3. Travel to the U.S.A
  4. Travel to Canada
  5. Travel to South America
  6. Travel to New Zealand
  7. Travel to Australia
  8. Travel to Africa

There’s of course many countries you can visit that sits in between borders of different continents. Maybe you can go visit a different continent each year. Unless you have the time and money you can do two in one.

Adventure

  1. Zip-lining
  2. Bungee Jumping
  3. Cycling
  4. Hiking (Mount Kilimanjaro for example)
  5. River rafting
  6. Hot air balloon
  7. Surfing and Sand Surfing
  8. Camping

There’s a lot of adventurous things you can do that isn’t on the list. Adventurous is anything that pumps the adrenaline.

Religion

I might be hitting a sensitive place but learn about other religions. Find out where it originated from and what their belief system is like compared to yours, if you believe in one.

Religions like:

  1. Christianity
  2. Islam
  3. Hinduism
  4. Buddhism
  5. Judaism
  6. Jainism
  7. Taoism
  8. Shinto

The list literally goes on and on. I’m not encouraging anyone to change their religion, rather want them to further learn about their own as well.

Relationships

This might be weird because I myself would like to know how you can plan a relationship. If you have any further tips, please let me know in the comment section. A few things to take notice of in a relationship and what to do in simpler terms.

  1. Boundaries
  2. Finances
  3. Family
  4. Travelling
  5. Accommodation
  6. Friend groups
  7. Religion or belief system
  8. Property/Possessions

There’s so much you can do. You can either keep searching or you know exactly what you’re looking for.

I do apologize if my post are not long enough. I’m trying my best not to be like other bloggers and create my style (if one can call it that). I would appreciate and do appreciate all support given to my efforts in writing these posts.

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