Your Bucket List: Create A List of Things To Do Before You Die

If you landed on this lens you're probably ready to begin creating your bucket list, life list, or list of life goals and start living your very best life. This lens contains a plethora of ideas for your bucket list. In addition, you'll find even more ideas in my ebook, "Idea Book - 10,000 Ideas For Your Bucket List".

Then, my ebook, "How To Live Your Best Life - The Essential Guide for Creating and Achieving Your Life List", will show you how to create your bucket list as a blueprint for your ideal life, and turn it into reality. After all, what's the point of creating a bucket list if you're not going to take action in order to achieve it?

To paraphrase Mary Oliver, decide what it is that you want to do with your one wild and precious life. Would you like to climb up the Eiffel Tower? Have your paintings hanging in a gallery in New York City? Go to carnival at Rio de Janeiro? Decide!

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Sports /Fitness Bucket List

"Idea Book: 10,000 Ideas for Your Bucket List" contains 750 ideas for your Sports/Fitness Bucket List, including ideas for your Walking/Running Bucket List, Swimming Bucket List, Winter Sports Bucket List, Racquet Sports Bucket List, Team Sports Bucket List, and so on.

Here are 8 sample ideas for your Sports/Fitness Bucket List:

1. Do a Color Run

2. Run the New York Marathon

3. Hike the Appalachian Trail

    Hike the Appalachian Trail, a 2,184 mile long public footpath which traverses lands of the Appalachian Mountains in the eastern United States. It extends between Springer Mountain in Georgia and Mount Katahdin in Maine. The trail passes through the states of Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine.

    The majority of the trail is in wilderness, although some portions traverse towns, roads and cross rivers. The journey can be taken all at once in about five months, or it can be broken down into chunks and done two weeks here, a month there, and so on.

    (Appalachian Trail by Pen Waggener)

4. Complete the Norseman Extreme Triathlon

    Complete the Norseman Extreme Triathlon, which is held annually in Norway. The distances are equivalent to those of an Ironman race with the swim starting from the loading bay of a car ferry. Once on land, participants cycle 180 km, the first 40 km of which are uphill. Finally, they run 42.2 km, of which the last 20 km or so involves climbing up the Gaustatoppen Mountain.

5. Cycle Down the Danube Bike Trail

    Cycle down the Danube Bike Trail, a bicycle trail along Europe's second longest river the Danube, running from the source of the Danube to its mouth in the Black Sea. The trail passes through the following European countries: Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria and Ukraine. From the river’s source in Germany down to the Black Sea it is about 1.800 miles.

    (Danube Bike Trail by Olga Berrios)

"Golf is deceptively simple and endlessly complicated."

Arnold Palmer

6. Play the Old Course at St. Andrews.

    St. Andrews in Fife, Scotland has seven courses, the oldest of which is the Old Course. The Old Course at St Andrews is considered by many to be the “home of golf” because the sport was first played on the Links at St Andrews in the early 1400s. Hitting off the first tee on the Old Course is one of the most special and rewarding things a golfer can do in their lifetime.

    (Old Course at St. Andrews by Robert Partridge)

7. Learn Archery

    Learn archery, the sport of shooting at a target with a bow and arrow. The bow and arrow have been around for thousands upon thousands of years. If you’re a hunter, you can use archery for hunting. If you’re not a hunter, but want to shoot solely for competition and recreation, there are many events you can participate in. Traditional archery clubs across the world have regular competitions and events you can get involved in.

    (Archery by Yun Huang Yong)

8. Learn Capoeira

    Learn Capoeira, a Brazilian martial art that combines elements of fight, dance, and rhythm. It’s a conversation through movement. Capoeira was developed by Africa slaves in Brazil in the 1600s. Those who practiced Capoeira, which was a series of self-defense moves including kicks and chops, were punished by the owners of the sugar cane fields. Therefore, Capoeiristas learned to camouflage the forbidden fight with singing and clapping as though it were simply entertainment.

    (Capoeira by Eduardo Marquetti)

Adventures Bucket List

"Idea Book: 10,000 Ideas for Your Bucket List" contains 500 ideas for your Adventures Bucket List, including ideas for your Water Adventures Bucket List, Land Adventures Bucket List, Sky Adventures Bucket List, and Animal Adventures Bucket List.

Here are 8 ideas for your Adventures Bucket List:

9. Go Snorkeling in Los Roques Archipelago

    Go snorkeling in Los Roques Archipelago, Venezuela. The entire atoll, 80 miles north of Caracas, is a national park. Most of the islands of the archipelago-there are about 300 islands in total–are uninhabited, and only accessible by boat from Gran Roque, the big island. The coral shelters plenty of flora and fauna, making it a premier snorkeling and diving location.

    (Los Roques by John Backstrand)

10. Swim in the World's Largest Swimming Pool

    Swim in the largest swimming pool in the world at the San Alfonso del Mar resort at Algarrobo, on Chile ‘s southern coast. It’s more than 1,000 yards long, covers 20 acres, has a 115-foot deep end, and holds 66 million gallons of water.

11. Fly in a Hot Air Balloon Over the Loire Valley

    Fly in a hot air balloon over the Loire Valley in France. Located about 200 miles southwest of Paris, the Loire Valley stretches nearly 170 miles and boasts more than 800 castles and manor houses. In addition to getting an eye's view of the castles and manor houses, you'll be flying over vineyards, villages, and fields.

    (Hot Air Balloon Ride by David Berkowitz)

"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming - 'WOW - What a Ride!'"


12. Go Skydiving

    Go tandem sky diving. Tandem parachuting refers to a type of skydiving where a student skydiver is connected to a harness attached to a tandem instructor. Jumping out of a plane, free falling, then slowing down with a parachute is the thrill of a lifetime.

    (Tandem Sky Diving by Kris Martis)

13. Ride a Mechanical Bull

    Mechanical bulls were originally intended for rodeo competitors in training, but now you can readily find them in bars and restaurants. They've also become popular at parties and fairs. Put on a cowboy hat, clench your thighs, and hold on for dear life.

    (Mechanical Bull by State Farm)

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14. Go Zorbing!

    Zorbing is a recreational activity which involves rolling downhill inside an orb, generally made of transparent plastic. You have two options: Zydro, a sort of water-ride version of the Zorb, and Zorbit, the dry version.

"Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all."

Helen Keller

15. Go Gorilla Trekking

    Go gorilla trekking in the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park located in southwestern Uganda in East Africa. The park is most notable for the 340 Bwindi gorillas that live here: that's half the world’s population of these critically endangered mountain gorillas. Although the gorillas are the stars at the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, there is much more to see here, including rare forest elephants, giant forest hogs, 11 kinds of primates, forest duiker antelopes, bush buck antelopes, over 200 species of butterflies and more than 350 species of birds.

    (Bwindi Impenetrable National Park by Sanne Roemen)

16. Swim With Manatees

    Go snorkeling with manatees in Crystal River Florida, US. Manatees, or sea cows, as they are sometimes called, are aquatic mammals that can grow to 13 feet and over 3,000 pounds. From November through March, Crystal River, 70 miles north of Tampa, is the epicenter of manatee-watching. Manatees are gentle and approachable.

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Places to Visit Bucket List

"Idea Book: 10,000 Ideas for Your Bucket List" contains 2000 ideas for your Places to Visit Bucket List, including ideas for your Landmarks Bucket List, Natural Wonders Bucket List, Castles Bucket List, Museums Bucket List, Europe Bucket List, North America Bucket List, South America Bucket List, Africa Bucket List, Oceania Bucket List, and Asia Bucket List.

Here are 8 ideas for your Places to Visit Bucket List:

17. Visit the Grand Canyon

18. Visit Machu Picchu

    Visit Machu Picchu in Peru. Machu Picchu is a citadel of stone built by the Incas more than 500 years ago, nearly 8,000 feet up in the Andes. The complex of palaces and plazas, temples and homes may have been built as a ceremonial site, a military stronghold, or a retreat for the ruling elite.

    Machu Picchu by einalem

19. Visit the Louvre

    Visit the Louvre in Paris, France. It occupies over 650,000 square feet in the center of Paris. The Louvre houses one of the world's great art collections. The collection spans over 6,000 years. They're divided into 8 departments: Oriental Antiquities, Islamic Art, Egyptian Antiquities, Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities and, for the modern period, Paintings, Sculptures, Art items, Prints and Drawings until 1848.

    (The Louvre by zoetnet)

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20. Visit St. Mark's Basilica

    St. Mark’s Cathedral is the most famous church in Venice, Italy, and one of the best known examples of Italo-Byzantine architecture. It’s located at the eastern end of the Piazza San Marco, adjacent and connected to the Doge’s Palace. The basilica was built in 1063, a time during which Venice had become a powerful maritime republic. St. Mark’s was built as a symbol of Venice’s wealth and power. Golden Byzantine mosaics adorn the church’s main portal, as well as the inside of each of the basilica’s five domes. In addition, St. Mark’s houses the relics of its namesake, the apostle Saint Mark.

    (St. Mark's Cathedral by Clayton Parker)

21. Go to Brazilian Carnival

    Each year, right before Lent, people from all over the world descend upon Rio de Janeiro for festivities lasting four days and four nights. The Brazilian Carnival started as street festivities with groups of people parading down the streets playing music and dancing. These parades then turned into a competition between the different Escolas De Samba–the samba schools–of which there are currently fourteen. The samba schools are community-based organizations that create the music, dances, costumes and world-renowned floats of the Carnival parade.

    (Brazilian Carnival by Team at Studios)

"Live as well as you dare."

Sydney Smith

22. Stay at the Ice Hotel

    Stay at the Ice Hotel in Jukkasjärvi, Sweden. Jukkasjärvi is a tiny town 200 km north of the Arctic Circle. The walls, fixtures, and fittings of this temporary hotel-they've been rebuilding it every winter for the past two decades–are made entirely of ice. Activities you can try while staying the Ice Hotel include ice sculpting, ice fishing, husky sleighing, moose watching and going on a snowmobile safari.

    Ice Hotel in Jukkasjärvi by Gerard McGovern

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23. Visit Dubrovnik, Croatia

    Visit the ancient walled city of Dubrovnik, Croatia, which was described by Lord Byron as “The Pearl of the Adriatic”. Dubrovnik is famous for its city walls, and the medieval Old Town Dubrovnik is a UNESCO heritage site. Also, climb to the summit of Mount Srdj to get gorgeous views (it's an easy two-hour climb).

    (Dubrovnik by Mario Fajt)

24. Visit the Pyramids of Giza

    Visit the Giza Necropolis on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt. This complex of ancient monuments includes the three pyramid complexes known as the Great Pyramids and the massive sculpture known as the Great Sphinx.

    Pyramids of Giza by Filip Maljkovi%u0107

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After her 60th birthday, Jane Fonda concluded the following:

"I thought to myself, well if that's the case and if what I'm scared of isn't death, but getting to the end with regrets, then I've got to figure out what would be the things that I would regret when I got to the last act if I hadn't done them or achieved them by then. And they were: having an intimate relationship and having made a difference."

Leisure Bucket List

"Idea Book: 10,000 Ideas for Your Bucket List" contains 1,250 Ideas for Your Leisure Bucket List, including ideas for your Hobbies Bucket List, Music Bucket List, Dance Bucket List, Entertainment Bucket List, Sport Events to Attend Bucket List, and so on.

Here are 3 sample ideas for your Leisure Bucket List:

25. Solve a Rubik's Cube

    The Rubik’s Cube hit the mainstream in the 1980s. Although it’s been around for a while, this 3D puzzle is still going strong. The classic Rubik’s Cube is a square that measures 2.25 inches (5.7 centimeters) on each of its six sides. Each of the six faces is covered by nine stickers; in addition, all of the stickers on each face are of the same solid color. An internal pivot mechanism enables each face to turn independently, thus mixing up the colors. You solve the puzzle by returning each face to one color. The Rubik’s Cube has been perplexing both kids and adults for over three decades, and solving one will give you a great sense of accomplishment.

    (Rubik’s Cube by Duncan Hull)

26. Learn to Play Chess

    Chess is a game of strategy which can be played by people of all ages. Studies have concluded that playing chess raises IQ scores, strengthens problem solving skills, enhances memory and fosters creative thinking. In addition, it’s not just for the academically-minded; chess can be played at many different standards.

    (Chess by Dan Zen)

27. Learn to Juggle

    Juggling is a great combination of physical activity, brain stimulation, and visual stimulation. Not only is juggling entertaining, but it also helps to improve focus and coordination. Juggling can even be used as a method of active meditation, since the concentration required for juggling can help you to quiet down your inner mind chatter and focus on the present moment.

"There is fun to be done!"

Dr. Seuss

28. Attend the Summer Olympics

    The Summer Olympics is an international sporting event which is held every four years during the Summer months of the Northern Hemisphere. The 2016 Summer Olympics will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The 2020 Summer Olympics will be held in Tokyo, Japan.

    (Olympic Flame by Valters Krontals)

Personal Development Bucket List

"Idea Book: 10,000 Ideas for Your Bucket List" contains 750 ideas for your Personal Development Bucket List, including ideas for your Self-Growth Bucket List, Creativity Bucket List, Skills to Master Bucket List, and so on.

29. Become More Confident

    The impact that confidence has on your ability to succeed in life and on your level of happiness cannot be overstated. Get your mojo working by taking responsibility for everything that happens to you, deciding what you want and creating a plan to get it, and knowing that you have the ability to face whatever comes. Then get out there and work your stuff.

    (Confidence by Omar Reyes)

30. Stop Procrastinating

    Procrastination has been called the thief of time, opportunity’s assassin, and the grave in which dreams are buried. Fortunately, procrastination is not a character trait, but a habit. And just as you learned the habit of procrastination, you can unlearn it. Make better use of the time that you have by overcoming procrastination.

    (Do It! by Vic)

    If you’re like most people, you’ve probably asked yourself the following: “How can I find more time?” The answer, of course, is that there are 168 hours in a week, and there’s absolutely nothing that you can do to increase that amount of time. What you can do is make better use of the time that you have, and “Make It Happen!” will show you how.

31. Become an Early Riser

    There are many benefits to becoming an early riser, including watching the sun rise, getting some early morning exercise, being able to work on a project just because it’s important to you before the day officially gets started, and so on. Becoming an early riser is one of the best habits you can adopt. Studies show that early rises are happier, healthier, more proactive, and more productive than their late rising counterparts.

    (Early Riser by Thomas & Dianne Jones)

Education Bucket List

"Idea Book: 10,000 Ideas for Your Bucket List" contains 750 ideas for your Education Bucket List, including ideas for your History Knowledge Bucket List, Geography Knowledge Bucket List, Computer Knowledge Bucket List, Art Knowledge Bucket List, Languages Bucket List, and so on.

Here are 2 sample ideas for your Education Bucket List:

32. Develop a General Knowledge of Important Topics

    Can you find Algeria on a map? The War of 1812 was fought between what two countries? Who wrote “Crime and Punishment”? What is Existentialism? While you only need to become an expert in one area, everyone should have a grasp of important topics such as philosophy, geography, literature, and history.

    General Knowledge by CollegeDegrees360>

"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."

Nelson Mandela

33. Memorize the Periodic Table of Elements

    The periodic table is a table of the 118 chemical elements in which the elements are arranged by order of atomic number. The standard form of the table consists of a grid of elements laid out in 18 columns and 7 rows, with a double row of elements below that.

Financial Bucket List

"Idea Book: 10,000 Ideas for Your Bucket List" contains 350 ideas for your Financial Bucket List, including ideas for your Income Bucket List, Investment Bucket List, Asset Protection Bucket List, and Retirement Bucket List.

Here are 2 sample ideas for your Financial Bucket List:

34. Create a Source of Passive Income

    Passive income involves making an initial investment of time and/or money in order to set up a service or create a product. Eventually you reach a point at which the passive income stream gets activated and there is very little work required of you to keep it going.

    (Passive income by Roger Gs)

"Life is too short to let it pass you by. We only have one shot at this and then it's gone."

Erma Bombeck

35. Invest In the Stock Market

    Stocks are a part, if not the cornerstone, of nearly any investment portfolio. Begin by educating yourself on how to invest in the stock market and try trading stocks on paper before actually trading stocks with real money. Once you feel that you understand how it’s done, create a small stock portfolio and build from there.

    (Invest in the Stock Market by OTA Photos)

Time and energy are your life's coins

Relationships Bucket List

"Idea Book: 10,000 Ideas for Your Bucket List" has 400 ideas for your Relationships Bucket List, including ideas for your Friendship Bucket List, Couples Bucket List, and Family Bucket List.

Here are 2 ideas for your Relationships Bucket List:

36. Have a Romantic Dinner on a Rooftop

    One of the most romantic dates you can have–with someone you’re dating or with your spouse–is a rooftop date. There are several ways to accomplish this. One way is to find a restaurant with rooftop seating. An even better option is to set up some patio furniture on the roof of your house (if you have a flat roof) or on your building’s rooftop if you have access to it. Don’t forget a string of white Christmas lights, a CD player, great food, and wine.

    (Rooftop Date by Porto Bay Hotels & Resorts)

37. Create Your Family Tree

    A family tree is a tree that maps lineage. You can start with the oldest known generation and work forward, or start with the current generation and work back as far as you can. A family tree can help create a sense of heritage and a sense of roots and belonging. Creating a family tree can also help you to learn more about your ancestors. You can create your family tree on paper or online.

    (Family Tree by Rick)

"As a well spent day brings happy sleep, so a life well spent brings happy death."

- Leonardo da Vinci

Lifestyle Bucket List

"Idea Book: 10,000 Ideas for Your Bucket List" contains for your 750 ideas for your Lifestyle Bucket List, including Dwelling Bucket List, High Life Bucket List, Holidays Bucket List, and Seasonal Bucket List.

Here are 4 ideas for your Lifestyle Bucket List:

38. Live In a House By a Lake

    Live in a house by a lake and enjoy the views–including wildlife, watching the sun rise over the lake, and seeing the moon’s reflection on the water at night. In addition, there are many activities you can engage in if you live next to a lake, including fishing, swimming, and canoeing.

    House by the Lake by mendhak

39. Drink a $1000 Bottle of Champagne

    You know you’ve hit the big time when you can afford the luxury of drinking a $1000 bottle of champagne. Three possibilities–depending on the size and grade– include Armand de Brignac Ace of Spades, Dom Perignon and Cristal. At some clubs you’ll even have an acrobat bring you the bottle as they hang from the ceiling. Be sure to drink the bottle instead of spraying champagne on your friends.

    (Champagne by Megan Mallen)

Spirituality Bucket List

"Idea Book: 10,000 Ideas for Your Bucket List" contains 250 ideas for your Spirituality Bucket List, including Hinduism Bucket List, Judaism Bucket List, Buddhism Bucket List, Christianity Bucket List, and Islam Bucket List.

Here are 2 sample ideas for your Spirituality Bucket List:

40. Take Up Mindfulness Meditation

    Mindfulness meditation — a practice that encourages focusing attention on the present moment — has many benefits. These benefits include lower stress levels, increased focus and concentration, increased creativity, and an improvement in emotional stability. If you’ve never meditated before, one easy way to get started is by counting 100 breaths. Just breath in and out 100 times and, as you do so, count each breath. Try not to think of anything else as you breathe.

    (Meditation by Moyan Brenn)

41. Learn to Forgive

    In order to live your best life you should consider forgiving those who have wronged you-whether you've experienced rejection, ridicule, deception, or abuse-, and clearing out the mental clutter that comes from holding on to grudges and resentments. When you refuse to let go of hurts from your past, you're keeping yourself imprisoned. In addition, the person whom you hurt the most by holding on to resentment and anger is yourself.

    (Forgive by BK)


Contributions Bucket List

"Idea Book: 10,000 Ideas for Your Bucket List" contains 200 ideas for your Contributions Bucket List, including Charity Bucket List, Random Acts of Kindness Bucket List, and Going Green Bucket List.

Here are 2 sample ideas for your Contributions Bucket List:

42. Build a Habitat for Humanity Home

    Habitat for Humanity builds “simple, decent, and affordable” housing in order to address the issue of poverty housing all over the world. Their mission statement is the following: “Seeking to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope”. Homes are built using volunteer labor. You can choose to donate your time or money.

    (Habitat for Humanity by First Baptist Nashville)

43. Volunteer At a Dog Shelter

    There are many ways in which you can help out a dog shelter. You can donate dog food and treats, as well as grooming supplies and leashes. In addition, you can volunteer to walk the dogs, clean their cages, and become a foster home for animals the shelter doesn't have room for.

    (Dog Shelter by Spot Us)

"Consciously seek out experiences that expand your sense of who you are and what you are capable of."


Vocation Bucket List

"Idea Book: 10,000 Ideas for Your Bucket List" contains 800 ideas for your Vocation Bucket List, including ideas for your Occupation Bucket List, Career Bucket List, Entrepreneur Bucket List, and Writer's Bucket List.

Here are 2 sample ideas for your Vocation Bucket List:

44. Have More Fun at Work

    Research shows that a fun work environment leads to increased productivity and creativity, as well as an increase in employee morale. A fun work environment is one in which formal and informal activities occur regularly that are designed to uplift people's spirits and remind people of their value to their managers, their organization, and to each other. Introduce an initiative to bring more fun, play, and creativity to your work.

    (Fun at Work by Nic McPhee)

45. Get Paid to Travel

    Get a job that allows you to travel. This could mean getting a job in the travel industry, such as a pilot or flight attendant, or you can work as a tour guide. Other options include archaeologist, English teacher, or working aboard a cruise ship.

    (Paid to Travel by Pieter van Marion)

Possessions Bucket List

"Idea Book: 10,000 Ideas for Your Bucket List" contains 400 ideas for your Possessions Bucket List, including ideas for your Wardrobe Bucket List, Kitchen Bucket List, Bedroom Bucket List, Dining Room Bucket List, and Living Room Bucket List.

Here are sample ideas for your Possessions Bucket List:

46. Own the Perfect Little Black Dress

    Little black dresses are a wardrobe staple for every stylish woman. From a black lace cocktail dress, to a black sequin dress, every woman needs to own a perfect little black dress that flatters her body type . It’s a worry-free way to get dressed for almost any occasion.

    Little Black Dress by Dancer Dallagio

47. Own the Perfect Black Suit

    A black suit is the male equivalent of the little black dress. Find a black suit that fits you well and wear it with confidence.

    (Black Suit by satomodel).

48. Own Your Dream Car

    Everyone has that one special car that they long for. Ferraris often top the list of dream cars, but other dream cars include the Porsche, the Rolls Royce, the Lamborghini, the Bentley, and the Aston Martin.

    Ferrari by PSParrot

Fun Bucket List

"Idea Book: 10,000 Ideas for Your Bucket List" contains 825 ideas for your Fun Bucket List, including ideas for your Cool Things to Do Bucket List, People to Meet Bucket List, and Food and Drink Bucket List

Here are 2 sample ideas for your Fun Bucket List:

49. Be Part of a Flashmob

50. Ride a Segway

    A segway is a two-wheeled personal transportation system with an electric motor. You command the Segway to go forward by shifting your weight forward on the platform, and backward by shifting your weight backward. Segways are popular in tours, and many cities offer Segway safaris.

    On my Segway is courtesy of Pnoeric

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If you decide to take part in any of the acitivities listed on this lens, you do so at your own risk. Several of the activities listed here can be very dangerous, and you should seek out a qualified instuctor before trying them.

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  • herbielive Jul 22, 2014 @ 4:10 pm
    Nice layout! Loved reading this.
  • aliciakay Jul 21, 2014 @ 4:53 am
    I started a bucket list this year on New Years Day :)...I will definitely be adding to my list!
  • brittabucketlist Jul 18, 2014 @ 5:59 pm
    Awesome! Thank you for sharing alle your ideas :) On my personal bucket list I would also add to visit Gili Islands
  • rconnor111 Jun 23, 2014 @ 7:21 pm
    Bucket lists make things exciting we love them!
  • ClaytonThomas Jun 04, 2014 @ 12:17 pm
    I have always wanted to learn archery. There is a place near my house that has classes, I thought it would be fun to take one.

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