August 11, 2018

They say that we ought to live life to the fullest and we should do all the things that we want to do before we kick the bucket. I say, as long as it’s decent and inspiring, let’s do it. So for this blog post, I am sharing my personal (maybe too personal) bucket list.

Disclaimer: I wrote this bucket list when I turned 18, so some of the stuff on the list maybe too mushy so just bear with me.

I know, I have been sharing too many lists lately, but I can’t help it. I promise to share more content in the coming weeks because I am headed on the road again. So whilst we are waiting, here is my bucket list (in no particular order):

Note: The ones in Italic have already been done.

  • Visit Puzzlewood in England.
  • East an actual pizza in Italy.
  • Visit a Unesco World Heritage Site.
  • Do a crowd surf.
  • Be kissed unexpectedly.
  • Go on a vacation by myself.
  • Participate in a mud fight.
  • Move forward!
  • Get a meaningful (henna) tattoo.
  • Finally fall in love.
  • Go on a Safari Adventure in Africa.
  • Walk on the Great Wall of China.
  • Be a bride’s maid.
  • Go to Juliet’s House in Verona, Italy.
  • Go on a camping trip with my friends.
  • Participate in a charity marathon.
  • Have a surprise party thrown for me.
  • Go to the West Coast.
  • Spend Chinese New Year in China.
  • Send a letter to a random address and see if they’d write back.
  • Tell the one I love how I truly feel.
  • Watch a concert in Madison Square Garden.
  • Kiss on top of a ferris wheel.
  • Go to Heaven’s Trail in Ireland to see the Northern Lights.
  • Live my dream.
  • Swim with whales.
  • Go surfing in Hawaii.
  • Take part in the colour run.
  • Play with sparklers.
  • Dip-dye my hair.
  • Lay in the seashore with someone I love.
  • Make new friends.
  • Jump off a waterfall.
  • Go on a hot air balloon in Capadoccia, Turkey.
  • Kiss a dolphin.
  • Make smores around a fire.
  • Eat Timbits at a Tim Hortons in Canada.
  • Go on a road trip from New York to California.
  • Donate to a charity you fully believe in.
  • Visit New York City with someone I love.
  • Catch a New Year’s Eve flight to see the fireworks up close.
  • Go parasailing.
  • Have a romantic dinner by the beach.
  • See cherry blossoms in Japan.
  • Write a song.
  • Gain the confidence to talk to someone you’re scared of.
  • Ride a Vespa in Rome.
  • Type a love letter on a typewriter.
  • Leave my name on wet cement.
  • Spend Christmas at Disneyland.
  • Visit the original Starbucks at Seattle, Washington.
  • Make toffee apples.
  • Have my own space for my art.
  • Watch a musical on Broadway.
  • Walk through a drive-thru.
  • Light a candle for someone you miss.
  • Design my own future house.
  • Go somewhere new.
  • Take a photograph half over and half under water.
  • Participate in a paint fight.
  • Walk the red carpet.
  • Ride a gondola in Venice, Italy.
  • Party on a cruise ship.
  • Travel to a foreign country.
  • Experience the magic of Disneyland.
  • Visit Mozart’s house in Salzburg, Austria.
  • Go to the Alexander Palace in Russia.
  • Be brave enough to fall in love.
  • Take photographs using a Polaroid.
  • Be really happy with yourself.
  • Go back to my roots in Catalonia, Spain.
  • Visit the Machu Picchu in Peru.
  • Hike to the Everest South Base Camp.
  • Experience the Sahara Desert in Morocco.
  • Visit the Frida Kahlo Museum in Mexico.
  • Visit the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • See an actual Vincent Van Gogh painting in real life.
  • Visit and put sunflowers on Vincent Van Gogh’s final resting place in Auvers-sur-Oise, France.
  • Go to the Hobbiton in New Zealand.
  • Be able to finally see Canada.
  • Go back to school to get my MA/MFA.
  • Step foot in all the continents, including Antarctica.
  • Volunteer to teach English whilst travelling abroad.
  • See more of the world.
  • Be closer to God.
  • Finally know where you want to settle down.

I guess that’s it. Some of them might sound really cheesy, but these are the things that make me happy. I want to do these things, and I know that these would fulfill my life long dreams. So yeah, don’t judge. Ha! You see, sometimes, the best things in life aren’t really that complicated. You have to figure out what you want, work your way to get there and be content with your progress. We work and move according to our own pace.

So, I hope you enjoyed checking out my bucket list. I would love to hear all about yours! Oh, and have a great weekend ahead!

“A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for a time of adversity.”

Proverbs 17:17 NIV

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