Writing my bucket list.

So, I just finished writing my bucket list and it already feels good. I'm only 19 years old, but with no friends and few family I can really get along with, I feel like I'm a 80 year old woman who's life just passed by without having any personal, emotional achievements. I'm done with that. This bucket list, even though I haven't finished anything, gives me the feeling that I'm going to achieve my goals, so I won't have any regrets when my clock stops ticking. Of course my bucket list will keep on groing and groing, but that's allright. I probably won't even be able to do everything that's on it, but I will do my very best to find a way. That being said, I wish you all good luck with your list, hoping that all your dreams will come true.


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  • adelaide One of the most genuinely good human have met have said that to me one day : 'To know how you want to live, think about how you want to die'. Do you want to die rich? surrounded? Loved? honest? As somebody that did good? That learned from life?
    Life is short, we can drift away, or try to figure out what makes up happy,and make our experiences count for us and for others.

    I have experienced both ways, and personally, I'd like to take the second option. What are you guys choosing?

    Dec. 22, 2015 |
  • Ginger_McC Being 17 I can relate to your situation. My few friends are happy to live their life as drifters and not wanting to do much with themselves. I am glad you were able to to feel the same satisfying feeling writing your bucket list as I did. I hope all goes well and you are able to complete everything on your list and so much more.

    May 11, 2015 |
  • adelaide It's nice to read this. I just feel like sometimes we have t kick ourselves in the butt to just think it's possible, it's the first and sometimes hardest step. But for me, It has to be done to achieve my goals. Do you already feel like you're achieveing something? I wish you good luck!

    May 2, 2015 |