Throughout my teenhood, I’ve made many attempts to create a bucket list. But there’s something that I never really took into consideration – what goes on my bucket list should be something I actually really want to do that I want to remember for the rest of my life – not something that sounds cool and impressive.
After reading this post by Mali-Koa Hood, I decided that now I’m so close to entering my third decade and have matured since my last attempt, that I should write a bucket list. One that I can stick to with goals I actually want to achieve. Note that this is not in any particular order of what I want to do most or first.
Yet to complete*
*Credit to Mali Hood – I couldn’t find a tick or cross anywhere else!
My Bucket List
Meet Olly Murs (completed x4)
Meet my favourite bands (Update: 17th April 2016 – I met Michael from 5SOS, so We’re a percentage of the way!!!!)
Get a paid job as a journalist – Complated March 2016
Spend a week in London to explore, discover and shop
Swim with dolphins
Attend The Brit Awards
Attend London Fashion Week
Have a conversation in another language (wasn’t the greatest, but it counts, right?)
Go on holiday with my best friend
Get a meaningful tattoo
Stand front row at a concert Completed 5th June 2015
Meet my soulmate (It’s Niall Horan until I actually meet my soulmate, okay?)
Visit Times Square
Walk down the Walk of Fame in Hollywood
Attend a festival
Feed a baby animal
Take my gran to Florida
Visit a tea room completed August 2015
Have a song written about me
Go on a Disney Cruise
So, there’s my bucket list. Full of a ton of things I’ve been wanting to do for a while but never realised how much I really wanted to do it until recently. I’ve made a start, so that’s positive!
What’s on your bucket list? I love to hear about people’s hopes and dreams, so if you have a blog post about your bucket list, please link it in the comments so I can read!
Jazz is a Disney, tea and pop culture enthusiast with a passion for blogging. Also a proud introvert.