Now, have you heard of an anti-bucket list? It could also be called “things I would like to avoid at all costs.”
My new anti-bucket list:
*Wait until the right time to sail the world :
You can always find an excuse not to go somewhere. But if you wait until retirement to sail away, you may have to contend with rotten knees and bad backs — or you might not make it at all.
*Equate busyness with a productive life:
Having a packed calendar 📆 does not mean you have a productive, meaningful life. When a pandemic forces you to empty your schedule, you can suddenly see how unnecessary some of those meetings were.
*Ignore your health:
You know that it is vital to move your body every day, but it is easy to find excuses.
I thought I was going to die and then once you realize you’re ok you go all the way back up to fall again, terrifying.
*Get a tattoo:
It’s hard enough to pick out a hairstyle or new set of glasses that I know will affect how I look for months/years to come.
*Visit tourist attractions during peak season in Italy:
I lost my mind on an hourly basis. The crowds have no mercy.
*Hang out with toxic people:
Don’t hang out with people who always complain and are cynical about life.
What about your “anti-bucket list”?