The Reverse Bucket List.

This idea’s from Chimerikal (a great gal and a great blog! Check her out). Almost any blog you go to is going to have a bucket list, right? Everyone has things that they want to do in order to have their ideal life and feel like they’ve made their lives worth it. But the thing is, our lives already are worth it. What if we counted all the great things we have done, instead of everything we still want? After I wrote this list, I just felt fantastic…I’m still young and I’ve done so many things and had so many opportunities. So this is my reverse bucket list: the things I’ve already been lucky enough to experience.

  1. Go whitewater rafting
  2. Ride horses.
  3. Touch a stingray.
  4. Zipline in Mexico.
  5. See the sunset.
  6. Swim in one of the Great Lakes
  7. Go skiing
  8. Go canoeing
  9. Sleep in a treehouse.
  10. Swim in the ocean.
  11. Surf in California
  12. Go skinny dipping
  13. Fly first class.
  14. Go paintballing
  15. Visit the Georgia Aquarium
  16. Visit the Shedd Aquarium
  17. Visit New York City
  18. Visit Europe (France, Germany, Switzerland, & Ukraine)
  19. See a Broadway Show in New York
  20. See the house where my grandmother and great-grandmother lived (Hamburg, Germany)
  21. Go on a road trip through National Parks
  22. Eat cheesecake at the Cheesecake Factory.
  23. Visit all the North American countries
  24. Visit the Caribbean
  25. Swim with sharks.
  26. Sleep on the beach.
  27. Hold a snake.
  28. Sleep in a log cabin.
  29. Pull an all-nighter.
  30. Go to Hawaii
  31. Make a speech in front of three hundred people.
  32. Visit Sea World
  33. Be the President of something (Environmental Club & Debate Club)
  34. Take a double-decker bus tour
  35. Visit the Statue of Liberty
  36. Go to a cheese market in France.
  37. Study my ancestors.
  38. Go to a circus.
  39. Eat Chicago-style pizza.
  40. Visit the place where Count of Monte Cristo is set (Marseille, France, Chateau d’If)
  41. Eat Chicago-style popcorn.
  42. Visit a concentration camp (Bergen-Belsen)
  43. Go to a concert outdoors (Rascal Flatts, Zac Brown Band, Little Big Town)
  44. Learn to play an instrument
  45. Make ice cream (peach).
  46. Visit a pickle factory.
  47. Get on the Honor Roll.
  48. Play a sport.
  49. Eat gelato.
  50. Run a 5K.
  51. Run a 10K.
  52. Learn to surf.
  53. Scuba dive.
  54. Go on a cruise.
  55. Go out for a fancy dinner–and order dessert.
  56. Learn conversational French.
  57. Sing in a choir.
  58. Go snorkeling.
  59. Go hiking.
  60. Go rock climbing.
  61. Go jetskiing.
  62. See the Northern Lights (over the Atlantic Ocean & Minnesota)
  63. Visit Niagara Falls.
  64. Buy something using a foreign language.
  65. Vacation in Cancun.
  66. Take a yoga class.
  67. Take a spinning class.
  68. Take a zumba class.
  69. Visit the Smithsonian Museums in Washington, DC.
  70. See the White House
  71. Ride in a police car (it was for charity, guys!)
  72. Visit Chicago.
  73. Climb up the Empire State Building
  74. See Mount Rushmore
  75. Visit Disney World
  76. Learn to paint.
  77. Learn to sew.
  78. Watch a silent film.
  79. Donate.
  80. Go sailing.
  81. Visit a castle.
  82. Visit an aquarium.
  83. Swim with dolphins.
  84. Visit a zoo.
  85. Be kind to a stranger.
  86. Give a big tip.
  87. Fall in love.

What would be on your reverse bucket list? 

 

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5 thoughts on “The Reverse Bucket List.

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  2. Allie, I really loved reading this list!!! You’ve done some awesome things (things I definitely want to do and put on MY list one day, too, like learning to surf, for one) and I just had the biggest smile as I was reading through this!!! :) Awesome!!!

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