This funny list is from from ingredientx.
One of my favorite blogs is The Art of Nonconformity: Life, Work & Travel, by Chris Guillebeau. Today his post is “HOW TO WRITE A LIFE LIST.”
I’ll let you read it for yourself but it deals with living a life fulfilled rather than the disturbing alternative. Chris defines the idea, provides links that help us write our own “bucket list” and goes on to distinguish between vague and measurable goals. I visited the links Chris offered and, after not being able to answer Chris’s question “What do I really want to do?”, I left the site after leaving this comment:
I do wonder what some of my older readers (do I have any older readers? Do I have any readers, LOL?) could tell me about relighting the fire after a certain age and given the physical limitations placed on us by age? What matters to you any more? Where did those earlier desires like (don’t laugh) Club Med go? And if I am the oldest person in the room, would someone please let me know?