Plan your bucket list
Don’t wait until retirement or a life-altering event to plan your bucket list. Too often, life throws a spanner into the works when you at least expect it. Importantly, if you wait until retirement to do all the things you ever dreamed of, you may never make it.
How sure can you be that in a decade or two you’ll climb Mount Everest, have saved enough money to go on a World Cruise, are mentally and physically fit to follow your dreams? Whatever your age; get your affairs in order and start your bucket list now. Your bucket list is a work in progress; you alter your ventures to whatever you feel like and what the circumstances allow you to do.
Create your bucket list now
Now is as good a time as ever to create your bucket list. People who have a bucket list are happier. They are working on keeping their dreams alive. Imagine what you would like to achieve, what you would like to accomplish; dream of where you want to go. It is an excellent way to alter your mindset, get motivated and achieve the impossible.
Focus on your dreams
Focus on your dreams; skydiving, bungy jumping, a train ride, luxury cruises, wildlife safaris, local excursions, spa, and meditation weekends or great adventure trips. You may want to get that degree you never completed, or you just want to sit and smell the Roses.
Whatever your dream; start working towards it now. Most importantly, discover your hidden talents; learn to play an instrument. I always wanted to play the piano; I just got myself a keyboard. So, enjoy life, do what you love most and always dreamed of doing; paint, draw, create. Just do things and go places. Set yourself deadlines, and you soon find that you are becoming a high achiever when it comes to having fun.