Kick it!

KA-POW!Β 

Unfortunately, this post isn’t about kicking anyone… but let me tell you! I have a list πŸ˜‰ Don’t worry, none of you are on it. This post is about another kind of list though, a bucket list.

Do you have a bucket list? I don’t. I guess the main attraction of them is that they are just goals all written down – what you want to accomplish or experience in life. If IΒ had a bucket list, it would probably just a list of every city I want to travel to in the world, plus maybe skydiving and bungee jumping.

I’ve never taken the time to actually write a bucket list. I’ve never seen the appeal. But I do love lists. This morning I sat down and made a to-do list for today. I don’t have to be back at work until the 9th so I have lots of time to fill. I want to go to an art gallery or a museum or something this week, but I need to watch the finances. It’s raining today so I had already planned on staying home. Maybe, later today if I have time to start my knitting, I’llΒ watch “The Bucket List” on Netflix…

My to-do list was 20 items long, and I’ve already started/finished 5 of them. Some things will be easy to complete like dusting. I’ll get to that later. Some have a few parts: like charging/updating my iPad. It had to charge first before I can update. Then I have yoga on my list too, can’t do yoga until my iPad is charged and updated. Some things have a time issue attached to the task. I want to do my laundry, but right now is a peak time energy wise which means it costs more to use the large appliances. So I have to wait about an hour before I start that which puts me into the “moderate” time.

I’ve started making soup, finished my French lesson, starting my blogging stuff, and a few others. It’ll be a busy busy day. Of course, some things probably didn’t have to go on the list, but since I have a tendency to forget the mundane, they had to go on the list (shave legs? Yeah, I know TMI but I will forget!)

Do you have a bucket list? What’s on it?

January 3: Kick it What’s the 11th item on your bucket list?

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26 thoughts on “Kick it!

  1. I too live by lists. I literally would achieve nothing if I didn’t make a list. No bucket list either though. I don’t know why but I think it’s because I like lists where I can cross everything off. Presumably that’s not the ultimate goal for a bucket list…

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    • I love to cross things off as well! It makes me feel like I have accomplished something. Although, I think a bucket list would fulfill that need as well. Just maybe not as quickly? I guess my generation is all about that “instant gratification”

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  2. I’ve always thought of bucket lists as (surprise) kind of a clichΓ©. And I’ve also always thought they were something for people with money. There are things I’d love to do in my lifetime but I’ll never be able to afford any of them so it would be enormously depressing to write those things in list form. Because then what? Read it and cry? No thanks! I don’t need any help to cry!

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