Create a Bucket List With Your Bullet Journal
Bucket lists can get long; especially if you regularly update yours. And chances are, you will be adding to your list for a while as you think of new experiences you want to have. So make sure you don’t just have it on a single page. It helps to dedicate several pages of your bullet journal to the bucket list, including front and backspaces.
Think about how much you might want actually to do in the future. It's hard to imagine how many experiences you might want to have. Now imagine how much room you will need to document an ever-growing list of aspirations. Setting those pages aside now will help allow you to keep your list organized. Work on it Slowly
right now. Unlike a to-do list, you don't need to know all the important tasks at one time. It should be slow and gradual, something you are consistently adding to as you think of things. Today, just start the list and put on it a few things you would like to accomplish in your lifetime. They can be anything, big or small, that you want to experience within your lifetime.
Because a bucket list can house anything from personal dreams to lofty aspirations, you may find it helpful to create different categories and split your list items among those groups. For example, you can have a family section to include events like marriage or children, a travel section with the different places you would like to see and visit, and a personal section with fitness goals. Really want to accomplish? Is it something that is realistic?
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