I'm not a big believer in having a bucket list that is just a list.
It just becomes this thing that we do once and set aside.
And then we pull it out of a drawer while decluttering five years later, and think "Oh Yeah, I forgot I did that."
A few months ago, I put together what I call my Lustrous Life list.
It's a Kanban board where each column is titled with the year.
And each card represents something from my bucket list.
These can include things that I want, things that I want to do, things I want to learn, whatever.
It pretty much includes EVERYTHING.
What makes it super powerful are three key ideas.
First, each card has a due date. I have due dates that go out as for as 2027. Due dates make things become REAL.
Second, the app I use (notion.so) allows me to add pictures, so each card has a picture that inspires me.
Third, I review the board every morning as part of my morning routine. It's a PHENOMENAL visualization tool.
Here's a partial screengrab of my board...
Instead of having just a list of things that I want someday / maybe...
I've got projects to complete in a visual board that motivates me and inspires me to take action towards them every single day.
Give it a try.
See what you think.
With love & joy,
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