“Rules” on setting up Bucket List Journal

Dear Fellow Journalers,

This journal is pretty easy to set up. I would write out your dreams/goals on the first page and perhaps a “date of completion” – say by the time I’m _  I will learn German. The cover can be anything you want as along as it reflects your bucket list. One clever person I know, drew a large bucket and had her dreams/goals spilling out of it encased in bubbles.

Anyway, I would suggest that you make several copies of your list. Post one in your home office, one at work, one on your refrigerator. These spots are the ones you look at every day and seeing your list will remind you of your personal goals.

Another suggestion is to share your list with others. Yeah, it worked in the movie! Seriously, sometimes having someone else know where you are headed helps if you become discouraged if the timetable is not working.

Finally, cross out items as you do them. Use a different color pen. And don’t be afraid to add new items – doing one thing can inspire you to do another.


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