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A Different Kind Of Bucket List

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My bucket list is simple. I want to see the whole world. At the very top of my world list is Rome, Venice and Tuscany. Greece is next. But when I read Shannon Kaiser’s bucket list, it really made me think. In fact, I might have to make some adjustments to my list this week.

 

 

 

 

 

Shannon came up with a list of 30 things to do before you die, and everything on the list is awesome. Here are a few:

1. Leave the job you hate

2. Stop trying to change people

3. See everyone as equals

4. Welcome all life lessons

5. Find your purpose and live it wholeheartedly.  I especially love this one. But I loved all of them.

Thanks, Shannon, for sharing this list with the world. You can read the entire list here.

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