How Having A Bucket List Can Improve Your Health

Do you have a bucket list? Having one may give your life an added dash of excitement that we all deserve. I never thought about making a bucket list before last year. Bucket lists were what I would hear other people making in the background. But then I started to think “Hey, I want to accomplish certain things, too. A bucket list might be fun!”

I am someone who loves sweets, so I decided to take a road trip to see which towns have the yummiest ice cream parlors. I enlisted some of my fun-loving, positive friends and we ventured out to find the best spots. Not only did I get to spend time doing something I loved, but I got to do it with people I loved. My ambitions grew from there and I continue to write lists down, tweak them here and there and keep them open ended.

Here’s How You Can Make A Great Bucket List:

Think about your likes and dislikes, all of your hopes and dreams and write them down. Where would you like to travel, what would you like to see, who would you like to meet? Remember that the great treasures in life can come when we’re living out our dreams.

Different Steps To Take:

You can organize your list into separate categories. Here are some ideas: adventure, relationships, altruism, learning, luxury, foods, exotic places.

Some of the items on my bucket list include: writing a book, flying first class, dancing in the rain, traveling to Paris, being part of a flash mob and learning a new language. Have fun with your own list and know that you can always change what’s on it. It’s also a good idea to mull over the items you put on your list so that you know whether or not it’s something you really want to do.


Remember to consult your physician or chiropractor before taking any health advice.

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