By recording your dreams and goals on paper, you set in motion the process of becoming the person you most want to be. Mark Victore Hanson
“So much to do, so little time.” I know that many people think like this sometimes and they do only a fraction of what they really want to do. In part is because they don’t organize the things they really want to do, like in a bucket list. Here’s mine, not in a specific order:
- Become a great activity planner, with my own business.
- Open a cake shop, as another business.
- Read as many books as I can.
- Live in any other town, in Puerto Rico, than Guanica.
- Be a more open person.
- Travel the world, or as many places as I can, specially Europe.
- Perfect my drawing skills.
- Learn Japanese, French, Russian, Bulgarian, Portuguese, Egyptian and Hebrew.
- Perfect my German.
- Become a chef, for my own pleasure, not as a job.
- Be able to become a foster parent.
- Adopt at least one child.
- Visit every town in Puerto Rico, including Vieques and Culebra, and enjoy the town, not just pass through it.
- Be a Social Worker.
- Make my family tree as far back as possible.
- Ride a gondola in Venice, Italy.
- Visit a Renaissance fair.
- Ride in a hot air baloon.
- See the pyramids in Giza, Egypt.
- Witness the Running of the Bulls in Pamplona, Spain.
- Ride an elephant.
- Witness a meteor shower.
- Visit the Great Wall of China.
- Attend the Carnival in Venice.
- Grow my own flower garden and vegetable garden.
- Solve the Rubik’s Cube.
- Take care of a bonsai tree.
So, what do you think? Have I inspired you to make your bucket list? By the way, this isn’t the complete list, I’ll add more things as I think of them.