Today, I decided to write an anti-bucket list. If you've seen the film The Bucket List, you'll understand but basically this is a list of things I'm not going to do, ever. A lot of people write bucket lists in order to achieve more in life, and in a way my 101 Things in 1001 Days challenge does that for me. But we are all so keen to do so many great things, why not be more positive about the things we don't do, because let's face it, it's a lot easier.
My Anti-Bucket List.
Don't climb Mount Everest. I was given the opportunity to do this, and most of you will think "You should have done it, it would have been so rewarding and a lifetime achievement". Don't get me wrong, it is a huge achievement and I admire anyone who does it but to me, the idea of dragging myself up a cold mountain, putting my life at risk, and doing my business in a pot, does not appeal to me.
Don't give up. I've always been a strong believer in the quote 'Everything will be okay in the end, and if it's not okay, it's not the end." and I will forever agree with that. We come across so many challenges in life, some big, some small, yet all big enough to make us want to give up on life. But I know I never will, because there are many bad days, but there are also so many good, and that's what we should focus on.
Don't appear on The Jeremy Kyle Show. A bit of a funny one, yet true. As much as I love the show, I'd hate to be on there myself. Life may be bad, but it will never get that bad.
Don't fall out of love. Most of you know I'm currently madly in love with Aiden, but I honestly know I will never stop loving him. He has made my life a million times better since being in it, and I'm so happy we are together.
What's on your anti-bucket list?