Debbie Rodrigues | Oct 1, 2018 | 0
My Ultimate 50 Fabulous Things To Do Before 50 Second Check-In
Check the second check-in of my 50 things before 50. Learn about my updates, progress and get inspiration to achieve more whatever your age.
Can you believe that one year has already passed since I shared my 50 before 50 list with you?
And if we aren’t careful, we don’t accomplish anything.
That was one of the reasons for me to create this list in first place.
I dream BIG!
That’s how I’ve always been and how I’ll always be.
I prefer it this way.
If time passes anyways, why not making the most out of it?
But when you have big plans, you must also understand you won’t be able to accomplish them with the blink of an eye.
To achieve meaningful things you need time, work, dedication, and consistency.
Just saying you want something but not moving a finger to get them makes no sense.
In fact, most of the times it has the opposite effect. They create:
My list may not be the fanciest of all, but each and every item is truly meaningful to me.
Here it is with the updates from last semester.
My ultimate 50 things to do before 50 bucket list
- Write an ebook
- Run a 5K race
Attend a CrossFit event
- Improve my yoga skills
- Finish a knitting project
Visit a new countryI went to England last December. I don’t count my crossing the street in Birmingham some years ago a visit.
- Clean my email accounts
- Take a spa day
- Start studying Japanese again
Finish the CrossFit Open ScaledNot only I did 4 of the workouts scaled, I went RX’d on one of them. Way beyond my expectations!
- Minimize my wardrobe
- Go to the movies alone
- Donate blood or plasma
Go to a restaurant aloneI went to a Mexican restaurant by myself in Manchester. I don’t think I’ll repeat it, though. Too boring.
- Practice meditation daily
- Run a 10K race
- Read two books per year
- Attend swimming lessons again
Offer more services to my clients
- Do four photoshoots
- Finish the CrossFit Open RXed
- Increase muscle mass
Launch a course
- Improve my mobility
- Visit my mom on a yearly basis
- Bike regularly in the summer
- Attend a TED event
- Finish a sewing project
- Become a “regular” somewhere
- Be able to do handstands
- Start and finish a new project
- Plan offline days on a regular basis
- Have an article published
- Visit Japan
- Become a better Vegan
- Improve my cooking skills
- Go to a Jazz concert
- Meet new people
- Become a speaker
- Motivate others achieve their dreams
- Continue my studies
- Advance as a Reiki Practitioner
- Fly First Class
- Let go of all grudges
- Buy a new car
- Get another certification
- Practice random acts of kindness regularly
- Become really good in CrossFit
- Enjoy life!
Every time I come here and share my stats with you, I feel refreshed.
Even if I had crossed just one item this time, there would still be progress and that’s what matters the most.
Next year, I’ll probably set due dates for most of the remaining items, but for 2017, I’ll let it happen.How I use my bucket list to be more inspired and motivated. #MindfulPlanning Click To Tweet
You can do it too
No matter your age, you shouldn’t use excuses such as being too young or too old to achieve big goals.
As we get older, we have more responsibilities. We must manage our time mindfully to accomplish anything meaningful.
Yet, it’s possible.
Don’t give up on yourself!
Do you have a list like this one too?
If yes, please, share the link in the comments, I’d love to follow your progress too!How to use a bucket list for success and accountability. #50before50 Click To Tweet
The next check-in will take place in October 2017.
Read the other posts in this series:
- My Ultimate 50 Fabulous Things To Do Before 50 List
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