Things I've Crossed Off My Bucket List

Friday, April 24, 2015





I recently discovered this little website gem called Bucketlist.



It lets you digitally make, add, & cross off things from your bucket list! As soon as I saw it I was hooked. I was on it for an hour just adding, adding, adding!

You can browse their different categories for ideas on your own goals. You can see those that are most popular, or pick something you'd want to learn, or add a place you want to visit.

It was while browsing through these lists that I discovered how absolutely lucky and grateful I am to my parents and all the things that I've ALREADY done. It's always fun making and crossing things off your own list but it's a feeling of gratitude when you know you've been fortunate enough to do something that someone else is right now only dreaming about.

At the age of 26 I have done all of these wonderful things.


I have



If you have a Bucketlist why don't you add me? What things have you crossed off your bucket list?

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7 comments

  1. Ummm what a great site. I think I need to sign up for it! I'll add you! :D

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  2. These are awesome! :D

    I still have yet to adopt a dog, and am crossing my fingers that it'll get to happen at some point in my life! There are a bunch of places I'd love to travel to too! :]

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  3. You've definitely had a lot of cool experiences already! Plenty of travel, included! I'm impressed.

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  4. It's so cool that you're keeping track of your bucket list! I make them and then forget!

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  5. I had never heard of that song before so I YouTubed it. I'm pretty sure it's going to be stuck in my head for the rest of the day. Thanks for introducing me to them!

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  6. What a great site!! I'm always thinking of the things I've yet to do and never stop and consider all the things I've already done, this will be so useful!

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  7. I think it's what I love most about the site. It's so easy to forget all the things we've done and take it all for granted.

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