My Bucket List

I was visiting Celes Blog the other day and got really inspired after reading her bucket list. It does seems outrageous and half of it might never be realized, but I do agree with her point:

“The whole point of a bucket list is to maximize every moment of our existence and live our life to the fullest. It’s a reminder of all the things we want to achieve in our time here, so that instead of pandering our time in pointless activities, we are directing it fully toward what matters to us”

“A bucket list opens up the context. It’s a forum to set anything and everything you’ve ever wanted to do, whether it’s big, small or random

  1. Starting my own bussiness (2009) (currently stopped)
  2. Support myself (and my future family) through my own business
  3. Reach $500/month regularly (past this one)
  4. Reach $1,000/month regularly (since October 2012)
  5. Reach $5,000/month regularly
  6. Reach $10,000/month regularly
  7. Reach $500/month regularly from my own online site
  8. Have at least 10 AB sites (not a good long term plan)
  9. Have at least 100 subscribers per site (does not seem mandatory anymore)
  10. Able to write at least 1 article/day (it’s better to outsource this)
  11. Fully outsource my work
  12. Traveling around the world
  13. Visit every country in the world (inspired by Chris Guillebeau)
  14. Visit Japan (2015)
  15. Visit Ginza, Harajuku, Shibuya, Roppongi, Akihabara, and Kyoto  (half on 2015, the rest dont interest me anymore)
  16. Learn Japanesse language (Dec 2011) => quit on May 2012
  17. Learn Japanese Language (again)
  18. Taste various Japanese cuisines
  19. Have my own house/apartment  (bought at the end of 2014)
  20. Owning property in various places in the world (does not seem all that exciting anymore)
  21. Have my own car (bought at the end of 2015)
  22. Buy a sport motorcycle
  23. Visit Italy
  24. Taste various italian cuisines
  25. Buy wathever I want without even bother to check the price tag (sounds like a silly idea now)
  26. Help friend in need without even bother to check my balance first
  27. Visit US, NZ, Australia, Russia, China, and South Korea
  28. Visit Singapore
  29. Have a look at aurora
  30. Attain 10% body fat (don’t up to the diet challenge)
  31. Live healthily
  32. Workout at least 3 times per week (continuously since March 2012)
  33. Morning jog at least 3 times per week
  34. Try archery, kendo, and martial arts (no longer appealing)
  35. Try skiing
  36. See snow
  37. See sakura blossom at Japan (no longer appealing)
  38. Live in a 4 seasons country and experience all the seasons
  39. Visit Sweden
  40. Find the love of my life (have a new view about this, thanks to Celes)
  41. Watch One Piece from episode 1 (no longer appealing)
  42. Watch Battlestar Galactica all the way to season 4 (no longer appealing)
  43. Wach 24 all seasons (no longer appealing)
  44. Replay Tales of the Abbys (no longer appealing)
  45. Replay Xenogears (no longer appealing)
  46. Replay FFX (no longer appealing)
  47. Play World of Warcraft with my friends (no longer appealing)
  48. Play Starcraft 2 with my friends (no longer appealing)
  49. Play Diablo 3 with my friends (no longer appealing)
  50. Upgrade my PC (Feb 2013)
  51. Buy a laptop  (September 2013)
  52. Buy an Asus PadFone2 (no longer appealing)
  53. Buy an Asus VivoTab/Samsung Ativ Smart PC (no longer appealing)
  54. Buy popular game consoles (XboX, PS3, etc) (Dec 2011)
  55. Resign from my day job (Dec 2011) => I got into another job on June 2012
  56. Resign (again) from my day job
  57. Go stargazing
  58. Lay down in vast plains watching vast blue sky
  59. Own a Siberian Husky
  60. Get different look (hairstyle, outfit, etc)  (End of 2015)
  61. Get a meaningful tattoo (February 2016)
  62. Get 2 piercing on my left ear (no longer appealing)
  63. Go hiking
  64. Walk in a valley
  65. Visit various places with beautiful scenery
  66. Having more self confidence
  67. Trekking in a rainforest
  68. Become a better person
  69. Say “mind your own business” to anyone who try to tell me how to live my life (I think I can say that confidently now)
  70. Learn to cook
  71. Finishing 21 Day Gratitude Challenge  (done on August 2013)

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