Being fifty-something naturally boosts bucket list cogitation up the dinner party conversation agenda, even though it’s not everyone’s cup of tea.
To do, or not to do a bucket list? Are you on the yay or nay team?
I’m far better at listing than ticking off. For me, the process of listing (even if only in my head) is a positive one. It helps me prioritise what’s important and discount what’s not. It’s a framework, a rough-around-the-edges planning tool to help me visualise what’s ahead. And gives me some convo fodder for when the subject inevitably comes up around the dinner table.
Curious about what other fifty-somethings are adding to their bucket lists or seeking some inspiration for your own list (or conversation mastery)? Check out this Ultimate Bucket List infographic from Key Retirement. It’s based on UK data; I figure being fifty-something in this age of global citizenship is a universal human condition.
How does your bucket list shape up?