There’s a common saying, “there’s no time like the present” which we often don’t heed. Sadly, it often takes a shock or a tragedy to motivate us into reexamining the priorities in our lives.
Such was the case in May 2015 when a fatal cycling accident close to home reminded us that we should be working to live not living to work. We found ourselves looking for ways to reflect and reboot our lives. Ways to replace the mundane with the meaningful.
Well we found it and simply have to share it because it is so easy. Simply grab pen and paper and start an old-fashioned list. That’s it, that’s the solution, create a bucket list. The act of writing down your goals and dreams is the first step to making it happen.
For inspiration & to get you started, read this DIY article from passionate bucket list advocate Dustin Wiggins, 3 reasons you should have a bucket list. Reading time 5 minutes.
Have you come across an amazing bucket list or an inspirational video or funny blog? We’d love to hear from you and to add it to our list.
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