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Live A Full Life By Fulfilling Your Bucket List

 Fulfilling Your Bucket List
By Carmella Watts


Bucket lists are popular all over the world, even though they are sometimes known by different names. Everyone has many things they would like to do and accomplish in life, but only some of them will get to cross a portion of those items off as accomplished. Even fewer people accomplish the task of completing their entire bucket list. Many people are continuously adding to their's, while others choose not to. By fulfilling your bucket list you can live a full and exciting life.

If you really want to accomplish that entire list of goals, begin with the smallest goals first. Every one dreams big, but most big dreams are long term goals. The small goals need to be achieved before the big ones can be reached. Begin with small goals you can easily afford, that you are easily capable of achieving, when you first begin. All of those smaller accomplishments will lead the way to reaching bigger goals.

Age should not affect the desire to accomplish one's goals. Some people start in their early 20s and others do not even begin until they are in their 50s or 60s. Even those who started later in life still have plenty of time to cross off each thing. Regardless of age, there is not a specific age one needs to be to begin.

Some people feel that a bucket list should only be adventurous endeavors, but this isn't always true. This list of goals is just a compilation of any activities you believe would be life fulfilling. What satisfies people will vary, depending on their interests and adventurous nature.

Your goals do not have to be lengthy. One person may think of a hundred different things to write down, but another might only think of less than ten. When goals are being written, do not do so with a set number in mind. If you can only think of 5 things to write down, there is nothing wrong with that. You can always add additional things at a later time. A list is complete as long as it contains everything you have set as a goal, regardless of the length.

As each goal is reached, cross it out. As you cross items out you will probably think of many new things you would like to add. For instance, taking an Italian cooking class might get you thinking about becoming a master at making pasta. Pasta making would be a great addition to a set of life goals.

Maybe once you've mastered the pasta making, you start thinking about how you would love to visit Italy. Don't hesitate, add that to your goals too and start saving for the trip. Ever evolving goals will lead you down a natural path of life fulfillment, excitement and fun.

Fulfilling your bucket list can be a lot of fun and it opens the doorways to a lot of new experiences. During the process of working toward your goals you will find many new interests. It is natural for humans to want to continue to learn and experience new things consistently.




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