Reverse Bucket List

Reverse Bucket List

Bucket Lists are really cool. I have one myself. It’s full of places I want to visit, and things I want to do, and people I want to meet… it’s great! And it can be a good motivator.

In some situations however, it can also produce feelings of discontentment… especially if you have bucket list items that are unattainable or too far out into the future. It can also lead to dissatisfaction with your current life if there are feelings that some bucket list items are necessary first to achieve happiness.

But Reverse Bucket Lists can be a positive spin on that. That’s a list of items you can focus on instead, which you have already accomplished and you can be proud of. I actually love the idea. I think it’s great to reflect on accomplishments regularly and not lose sight of what you’ve achieved so far.

I started working on my own Reverse Bucket List, and it will be a work in-progress as I intend to keep adding to it as I move forward. I hope to reflect on it frequently to help boost my confidence in myself and to help maintain a sense of satisfaction with my present life.

What do you all think about Bucket Lists and Reverse Bucket Lists? Do you have either of them, and how do they make you feel?

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