With my 41st birthday coming soon, it’s time to share my 50 before 50 list with my planning for the next years. Who’s with me?

I only heard about X before X lists one year before my 40th birthday. I did my best, but I didn’t manage to make all my wishes come true in such a short period of time.

For 2025, I want things to be different, though. That’s why, while I’m still a couple of days away from my birthday, I’m already sharing with you my 50 before 50 list.

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Without any further ado, here we go…

My ultimate 50 things to do before 50 bucket list

  1. Write an ebook
  2. Run a 5K race
  3. Attend a CrossFit event
  4. Improve my yoga skills
  5. Finish a knitting project
  6. Visit a new country
  7. Clean my email accounts
  8. Take a spa day
  9. Start studying Japanese again
  10. Finish the CrossFit Open Scaled
  11. Minimize my wardrobe
  12. Go to the movies alone
  13. Donate blood or plasma
  14. Go to a restaurant alone
  15. Practice meditation daily
  16. Run a 10K race
  17. Read two books per year
  18. Attend swimming lessons again
  19. Offer more services to my clients
  20. Do four photoshoots
  21. Finish the CrossFit Open RXed
  22. Increase muscle mass
  23. Launch a course
  24. Improve my mobility
  25. Visit my mom on a yearly basis
  26. Bike regularly in the summer
  27. Attend a TED event
  28. Finish a sewing project
  29. Become a “regular” somewhere
  30. Be able to do handstands
  31. Start and finish a new project
  32. Plan offline days on a regular basis
  33. Have an article published
  34. Visit Japan
  35. Become a better Vegan
  36. Volunteer
  37. Improve my cooking skills
  38. Go to a Jazz concert
  39. Meet new people
  40. Become a speaker
  41. Motivate others achieve their dreams
  42. Continue my studies
  43. Advance as a Reiki Practitioner
  44. Fly First Class
  45. Let go of all grudges
  46. Buy a new car
  47. Get another certification
  48. Practice random acts of kindness regularly
  49. Become really good in CrossFit
  50. Enjoy life!

Due date: May 12, 2025.

Read also these posts about my previous birthdays:

It may not be the wildest list you have seen out there, but I mean every single item. Sometimes, it’s harder to keep it simple than to go nuts. 

Above all, I have the sincere desire to keep on improving in different aspects of my life: personal and professional. I was just not made for the comfort zone.

To assure accountability, I’ll be sharing updates every six months. Nine years fly! And no, I don’t mean it as a joke at all! I don’t want to be caught by surprise with half of the list open by 2024.

Besides, some of the goals require extra follow up like books I’ll read per year and photo shoots.

"50 years: here’s a time when you have to separate yourself from what other people expect of you, and do what you love. Because if you find yourself 50 years old and you aren’t doing what you love, then what’s the point?" - Jim Carrey

It’s fun to think that the older we get, the longer is the list.

It doesn’t scare me, though. On the other hand: I’m excited to be able to cross off the entire list by 2025.

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Debbie Rodrigues is a Productivity Expert. She helps busy career women create a productive routine that fits their lifestyle. She does this through coaching, online courses and through the blog debbieinshape.com.