At this stage in your life, have you already identified the things to do before you die or let’s call them your bucket list? If not, that’s good for you. It only means you are still confident that your time to live is still long enough. If you already have one, then that’s better. Now that means two things for us. First, you know you’ll die soon and so by that time you knew it, you already formulated those 100 things to do before you die. Secondly, you just value your time a lot and even when you know you won’t be dying soon, you still want to experience some fun or crazy things to do. So what should be included in your bucket list then?
Include something crazy. Think of those things which you still haven’t tried doing or you would never thought you would do. Trying an extreme sports if you are a home buddy person is crazy but meaningful activity. Doing a one week retreat in a peaceful convent if you are an outgoing person is a big challenge that will drive you crazy but might be worth it.
Something realistic and specific. It’s okay to get crazy in listing down those things to do before you die. But add a little limit by putting reality on it. Of course, you can’t include in your list the item “To fly” only. You may restate this by saying “To fly through sky gliding over Tahoe Range”.
Something valuable. Most items included in a bucket list require a generous amount of expenses. With this, make sure that you will be getting a very valuable service, product, item and experience all throughout the time that you are accomplishing an item in your bucket list.
Something memorable. As you define your bucket list, think of those things to do before you die. With this, you’ll make sure that every experience of checking every item on your bucket list is worth remembering by you and by your loved ones, as long as you still live.