At the beginning of this year, as many people were talking about setting resolutions or goals for the year to come, I found myself reflecting a lot on 2013. So, as I planned my next blog post for Women’s Adventure Magazine, I had the idea of bringing a concept to that community that I had benefited so much from in the past: the Reverse Bucket List.
In 5 Tips for Writing a Reverse Bucket List, I walk the readers through the benefits of writing such a list, as well as five ways to make the process easier.
Benefits of Writing a Reverse Bucket List
At first it sounded like a fun, perhaps silly, activity, but the process of writing my reverse list had a profound impact on me. Here are just some of the benefits:
- It gives you the chance to reflect positively on the past, and acknowledge how important certain milestones were to the direction of your life.
- It gets you thinking deeply about the events and accomplishments that left you feeling happy and fulfilled.