Friday, January 16, 2015

Starting a Bucket List

Do you have a Bucket List?

I never did until a year and half ago. I don't know why I didn't. I guess I thought when I get older, I'll do all those things. Well, one day I woke up and realized ~ I am older. Now my motto is all about Living Life to the Fullest. 

I really didn't know where to begin with my list. So I started small with a mini bucket list with small attainable goals.

As I began checking off completed goals, I would add more to the list. 

Then I started to expand my bucket list with --

Things I want to see & do
Things I want to accomplish
Things that bring joy to others
Things that help me find joy and happiness
Blog Post May 5-4-2014 

Jeep Momma's New & Improved Bucket List
 (in no particular order) 
~~Gold Mine in Alaska
~~Drive through the Redwood Forest
~~Canoe the Boundary Waters in Minnesota
~~Visit a "Dude Ranch" in Wyoming
~~Rock Crawl the Rubicon Trail
~~Attend a Murder Mystery Dinner
~~Climb a Volcano in Hawaii
~~Revisit Yellowstone
~~Camp in the Grand Canyon
~~Go on a Treasure Hunt
~~Go Dancing
~~Find a Job I love
~~Release my Past

This past year I was able to check a lot of my Bucket List. 

Ride a Cable Car in San Francisco

Walk the Golden Gate Bridge

Get Bigger Tires for My Jeep 
        I just went ahead and got a Rubicon but, I still want                 bigger tires 

Visit Yosemite National Park

Join a monthly Poker Game 
Instead I do a monthly Mom's NighOut!

Get Rock Sliders for My Jeep 

Get a Tattoo

As I make progress on my list I continue to add to it. Every couple of months I take time to reflect and revise my list. I still need to come up with idea's that will bring joy to others and things that will help me find joy and happiness. Looking back at experiences I wanted when l was younger will be a good start.  I just need to dig deep into my memory because as you know the older you get, the worse your memory gets.   

I can't wait to see what this year will bring.  

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