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A few months ago, I decided to write down my travel bucket list. There were a lot of things that I could have put on there
Goals that are not written down are just wishful thinking
I attempted to categorize them into a few categories, in no particular order. I did try to give a range of difficulties – some are definitely easier than others. I also totally cheated and put down some thing that were bucket-list LIKE that I’ve already done :-).
Adding something to my travel bucket list
I don’t know how you handle your bucket list, but I like to think of the bucket list as more of a “living document”. I haven’t figured out if I should take off the ones that I’ve already done (or maybe just move them to a “completed” section. But I definitely think it’s good to add things as you find things you want to see.
The other day, someone shared on my Facebook page a link to the following article
It’s a Veterans Memorial in the city of Anthem, Arizona, which is about 30 minutes north of Phoenix.
11 / 11, 11:11:11
I’ve always enjoyed Veterans Day, or what I call “11/11 day”. If you follow me on Twitter, you might have seen my tweet from Tuesday
11:11:11 11/11 WOOOOO! #1111Day
— Points with a Crew (@PointsWithACrew) November 11, 2014
3 years ago, on 11/11/11, we had a big 11 party at my house, with 11-themed snacks and a 11-trivia game. So when I saw this, I knew that I had to add it to my travel bucket list. My only question was “Why did I only see about this on November 12th?!!??”
I hope that you’ll share with me some things on your bucket list and more importantly take the time to write them down!
I stopped at 50, though I had a few more on my list that I could have added. Which of these have you done? What did I miss?