What’s in my bucket?

Our bucket lists may not be the same but it is the fact that they are all so different, makes us who we are. We need to embrace these human experiences of love, ecstasy, thrills and comfort to learn more about the soul we have inside. Remember that in order to embrace our identity, we need to step out of our comfort zone and experience life to the fullest; take risks, challenge ourselves.

Here’s my bucket of dreams and aspirations; my top 20 wants and desires:

  1. Become a Pediatrician
  2. See my parents with their true smiles
  3. Sleep underneath the stars
  4. Visit the Great Canyon (basically visit America)
  5. Dance like nobody is watching (like in the middle of the city or some park)
  6. Meet Bill Nye the science guy
  7. Visit Pompeii and Herculaneum
  8. Surprise poverty-stricken towns in third world countries with books
  9. Go on a road trip around Australia in a caravan (after I graduate from high school, which is in five months)
  10. Have a bonfire at the beach
  11. Learn how to play the ukulele
  12. Visit the Stonehenge
  13. Carve a pumpkin
  14. Go bungee jumping
  15. Volunteer (as a doctor) in Africa and South Asia
  16. Publish a science research paper
  17. Drink Butterbeer (and visit Hogwarts)
  18. Sponsor a child through World Vision
  19. Write a book
  20. Have a healthier mindset

You are capable of everything and whatever you want to achieve, can only be achieved if you have the confidence. Unleash your inner self and take flight into the future with the confidence in knowing who you really are.

Stay strong, wonderful warriors, and don’t let that shine fade.

#you’reworthit

 

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