My post on my anti-bucket list was well received – here’s a really good example……
This post has been inspired by the lovely Georgie Moon who shared some fantastic prompts.
I really liked the idea of an anti-bucket list because when I consider a bucket list it’s a things to do. I want to swim with dolphins, go in a hot air balloon, and visit England. Great goals that are meaningful to me but I noticed something about them. All of these things involve me saving my pennies and working hard to be able to check them off. They also function as bragging points and things I can use to make others feel a bit envious of my fabulous life.
When I saw the anti-bucket list I instinctively went with emotions. So here are a list of things I never want to do:
- Wonder if my life has been useful to anyone else
- Feel like I’m drowning in debt, again
- Feel like my dreams are…
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