What’s on Your Bucket List?

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I’ve always made lists. I have lists of random things like “what foods can my pugs eat or not eat.” Whenever I travel, I make a list of everything I need to take with me. I like to write everything down so I have the ability to check each item off.

We all have lists. Many of these lists include grocery lists, daily lists or work reminders. The big question is do you have a bucket list or a list of goals you want to achieve? If you answered no to this question, I would advise you to start making one.  If you are thinking “why do I need to write down my goals or big dreams I can remember them,” trust me you will achieve more once you can physically start marking each item off.

For as long as I can remember, I have made a list of goals for each year. I quickly realized that some of the goals were not attainable at the time. I got discouraged and stopped making yearly goals. Last year, instead of making a list of goals for the entire year, I decided to make a list of goals based off of my age. So for 2018, I created “35 Things to do my 35th Year.” I wrote down 35 things I knew I could achieve in one year. They were as big as traveling to Wyoming and as small as getting my first tattoo. The point is I pushed myself to make these goals happen and they did.

I’ve started my list for “36 Things to do my 36th Year” and I would like to share it with you. It is not officially complete as I’m still deciding on another adventure to take toward the end of the year:

1) Be consistent in my daily life

2) Meditate at the end of the day

3) Keep a gratitude journal

4) Change the way I eat

5) Get a facial

6) Try yoga

7) Try new cardio activities

8) Be able to do pull ups

9) Be able to do sit ups

10) Build family relationships

11) Go on a girl’s trip

12) Higher recognition in my career

13) More clients for Tantalizing and Tangled

14) New T-shirt designs

15) Write more blog posts

16) Write my novel

17) Read my poetry somewhere

18) One new home improvement idea

19) Read one new book a month

20) Learn new card and board games

21) Visit the many museums of NYC

22) Visit Central Park

23) The Beetle House

24) Brooklyn Bridge

25) Empire State Building

26) Statue of Liberty

27) 9/11 Memorial

28) The Lion King on Broadway

29) Aladdin on Broadway

30) Frozen on Broadway

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Share your bucket list with me!

Author: Tara Fisher

Disney is my life. I am also the Mother of Pugs.

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