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    As above says!
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    • go see someone live either comedian or a band/singer
    • snuggle a panda
    • go hawaii
    • get married
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    Start a business
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    1) A trip to the Antarctic
    2) Spending a night in a thermal glass igloo in Finland admiring the Northern Lights
    3) Volunteer in Africa
    4) Work in Hawaii or the Caribbean as a Montessori teacher for a year or two (dreaaaaam)
    5) Meet Serj Tankian in person

    I bet that if I stopped to think about it, I would come up with lots and lots more, but these are the ones that kicked in automatically
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    have my full jewellery and watch collections
    have the vehicles I desire
    have the properties I want
    have a large stock of bullion
    have a couple of kids who carry on the family business
    get married to someone who loves me
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    Be healthy mentally and physically

    See the northern lights in Iceland

    Go to Lapland for my honeymoon

    Adopt at least 20 more cats in my lifetime

    Pass my driving test first time around
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    Some of my 'Life list' items are:

    1) Write an article and have it published
    2) Write a book
    3) Go to Italy: Venice; Milan
    4) Go to Dublin
    5) Go to Spain: Barcelona; Madrid
    6) Own my own home
    7) Become a mum
    8) Raise over £1,000 for St. Peter & St. James
    9) Make it to a year without self-harming
    10) Learn to balance on my hands
    11) Go to Harry Potter World
    12) Learn to ride on a motorbike
    13) See a musical (preferably Wicked)
    14) Watch a football match at a stadium
    15) Complete a scrapbook
    16) Keep a jar of positive moments for the year
    17) See a spectacular fountain
    18) Achieve full box splits
    19) Get back in the ring and compete again
    20) Be recognised as an authority in my field
    21) Speak at a conference
    22) Go to the Bounce Below cave trampoline park in Wales
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    (Original post by Liv1204)
    Some of my 'Life list' items are:

    1) Write an article and have it published
    2) Write a book
    3) Go to Italy: Venice; Milan
    4) Go to Dublin
    5) Go to Spain: Barcelona; Madrid
    6) Own my own home
    7) Become a mum
    8) Raise over £1,000 for St. Peter & St. James
    9) Make it to a year without self-harming
    10) Learn to balance on my hands
    11) Go to Harry Potter World
    12) Learn to ride on a motorbike
    13) See a musical (preferably Wicked)
    14) Watch a football match at a stadium
    15) Complete a scrapbook
    16) Keep a jar of positive moments for the year
    17) See a spectacular fountain
    18) Achieve full box splits
    19) Get back in the ring and compete again
    20) Be recognised as an authority in my field
    21) Speak at a conference
    22) Go to the Bounce Below cave trampoline park in Wales
    If you could make 9 + 16 -> 1 + 2 respectively, everything else will fall into place. I can't begin to imagine how hard that might be, but if you believe in yourself ( and trust me, you definitely have the strength to do it) you can achieve the lot.
    Just take it one day at a time. Look after yourself // Take care
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    (Original post by Exhail9t9)
    If you could make 9 + 16 -> 1 + 2 respectively, everything else will fall into place. I can't begin to imagine how hard that might be, but if you believe in yourself ( and trust me, you definitely have the strength to do it) you can achieve the lot.
    Just take it one day at a time. Look after yourself // Take care
    Thank you. I had not actually thought of it that way and that's a very good point. :
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    Start a business
    Second this.

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    My Bucket list…

    Go to a road trip in America;
    Go to Africa (Safaris);
    Go to a road trip in Europe;
    Go to Disneyland and Harry Potter World with my daughter;
    Watch the best Broadway/West End shows and plays;
    Participate in volunteering program;
    Go skydiving;
    Run a marathon (stay alive);
    Ride a hot air balloon;
    Learn to sew;
    Swim with dolphins;
    Learn French and Italian;
    Take a course in photography;
    Meet Barack Obama 
    Take an Art Class;
    Go on a cruise;
    Meet the cast of FRIENDS;
    Learn to play guitar;
    Take a picture of each one of the wonders of the world.
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    To be quite honest, I did something really weird for my bucket list. I've spent a lot of time on it. It has just about every kind of experience and travelling destination as you can imagine on it, as well as tons of other things, from going cliff jumping to driving a Ford Ka (Don't ask why, I don't want to own one, I just want to drive one and see what it's like). But it's kind of a cross between a bucket list and a diary, you update it when you've made progress on it, i.e Booked flights, planned a trip, found a place you can go skydiving, went and done it etc. It breaks the goals down into smaller, achievable tasks and captures the entire journey from start to finish, almost like a blog.

    But what's weird about it is that while the whole point of having a bucket list is to complete it, mine will never be completed. The whole point of it is to not complete it. Once you've completed something in it you look for a way you can expand it. Like for example, one of my ideas is to go to 5 theme parks and go on every ride... But what if i do that, then what happens? You get bored because you have nothing to work towards. If I can go to 5 theme parks, surely I can go to another 5 so I can say I've been to 10 theme parks? Or, maybe a better example, if I want to learn to play the guitar, and I do, why not take it a step further and make and release my own track with the guitar? Why settle when you can achieve so much more that you don't even know you're capable of achieving, unless you try and work towards it?

    So really it's not a list of goals, it's just a huge list of things I've looked at, thought "Eh, I'd give that a go" or "Eh, that'd scare the living daylights out of me" and written it down so that one day I can go and do as many things as possible. I just think that's what life is about, getting as many experiences and seeing as many things as possible.

    Yeah, I'm weird and take things too seriously. But hey, that's just me.
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    1. Write a novel
    2. Get married to the love of my life
    3. Compose a satisfactory poem in Latin
    4. Own a personal library
    5. Own a Steinway and Sons piano
    6. Become vegan*
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    See the northern lights.
    Write a book.
    Start a business.
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    Go to Africa and see the wildlife before they all die out.
    Go whale watching either in California or New Mexico
    Go to the Antarctic would be amazing
    Have a holiday on a cruise ship
    Either have a holiday or live in either China or Japan some day
    Learn to drive and get a car
    To become a teacher
    See the Northern Lights
    Meet Ashley Tisdale (was my childhood teen idol)
    Go to California
    See the Ancient ruins in Greece and Italy
    Go to France (hopefully next year)
    To be thin/lose my weight (been moderately successful thus far)
    Be in a relationship for 3-5 years then get married (all in my 30s)
    Go to a zoo!
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