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The Bucket List

The Bucket List For A  Lifestyle, To Last A Lifetime

Add these suggestions to all your own personal crazy bucket list ideas.

The term “Bucket List” refers to the list of things you would like to do before you “kick the bucket”, as in die. It is not a list of things you have to do when your on your death bed, more a set of goals and wishes you would like to achieve in your lifetime. I don’t  believe a list is for everyone, though I do believe that every one should try and do at least a few of the things they always dreamed of. It’s never to late.

Below I have a list of tests and actvities I highly suggest for any one who really want’s to test them selves, increase their health and happiness, as well as see the world from the perspective of a free mind.

I do not have a set list of what I am trying to accomplish, I try new things as the opportunity arises or the time comes. I will be adding links here to the things I have done since I started this site. As I had tired many activities and done some traveling before bucketlistnomad.com was started.

What goal I have, and I would like to achieve most is to BASE climb. I want to be able to climb cliffs and BASE jump off. I have dreamed of this since I was about 13 when I use to rock climb all the time. I believe I will achieve this sometime in 2013.

The List

This Bucket List is probably different to any other you have seen. This list is designed to build spiritual richness and reach enlightenment through positive experiences, knowledge as well as controlled discomfort and excitement. By understanding other cultures and lifestyles we can better understand our selves and learn what is true to our spirit. On top of spiritual richness it will promote a healthy and cruelty free lifestyle that will also increase mental strength and our ability to deal with negativity situations.

The idea is to implement this list as a backbone or core ideology to a conventional bucket list. I personally believe this list will clear your mind, promote individualism and reduce your dependence on others.

By all means add the 7 wonders of the world, sky diving, bungee jumping, and city hopping to your list. It’s your journey.

It would be impressive to climb Everest, walk across a continent, or another similar achievement. But in my opinion, if you can complete this list you will impress your self and others in a far greater way.

Still climb Everest if you can though!

Activities Logo

Bungee Jumping, Free Fall Body Suspension, Rock Climbing Tonsai,

Places I have visited & written about since I started blogging

Rawa Island Malaysia, Tonsai Thailand  , Ao Nang Thailand

 

Ian at Bucketlist

Hi, I’m Ian and I have made it my life mission to travel and experience everything this world has to offer. Follow me on my quest to live outside the boundaries of conventional society and see the world through the eyes of all our fellow inhabitants. I hope to inspire and motivate you to make your own path in life and push your own limits.

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6 Comments

  • Trevor

    December 1, 2013 at 16:44

    Ian, i’v watched a few of your videos. And i must say, you’re doing some crazy stuff! I love it! Keep it up, i hope you receive that in which you’re looking for ^.^

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  • Dickhead

    May 18, 2014 at 08:20

    Fuck u look like a dead shit druggo I bet you are.all u weirdo spiritual fucks are going no where in ur life. Trying to make ur life meaningful by doing shit like this ur just like the hippies thinking they are going to be different but u will just fade away and be forgotten what the fuck is wrong with u kids today ur all bludgers and all you uni kids whinging about government cuts fuck u guys have been spoon fed for to long go and get a fucking job it’s people like u that fuck the world up. My parents used to work 2 jobs and u guys just fuck around all the time traveling how about half of u guys actually contribute something to ur own country and stop worrying about a fucking slum land piece of shit like India u wanker

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  • Rude

    July 12, 2015 at 18:53

    That was extremely unnecessary and rude. Grow up and spend your time actually making peoples days and not ruining them. We’re entitled to our own opinions, but that was out of line.

    Reply

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