Friday, 20 February 2015

Reverse Bucket List

I've seen a couple of posts about this now and I like the whole concept of the list.


For those of your who aren't sure what that is, a reverse bucket list is essentially the opposite of a bucket list, so instead of noting what you want to do or where you want to go, you simply write down the things you've achieved and things that you're proud of.

Some things I've achieved are Bronze D of E Award (I mean hasn't everyone?), 2 A*'s at GCSE, 4 A Levels and I had a life changing experience at university. Obviously those are the lame things that most people achieve.

Some other things are going to New York (this was always a dream for me), performing in the Nutcracker with the Russian Ballet when I was like 9, teaching myself to cook, and of course, starting my blog.

I'm not going to share everything on my reverse bucket list, mainly because I want to be able to share the whole list when it's been written into my scrapbook.

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  1. Awww this is a very neat idea. I had not heard of this before. It is a very positive idea and makes you appreciate and acknowledge your achievements.

  2. This is such a lovely idea - it's so easy to get stuck on what we have to do in the future, and all the things that we're yet to do - it's always good to reflect on what we have done well and remind ourselves of our past achievements - such a good idea!

    Sammy xo.

  3. Thank you! It's been nice reflecting back on the good things, we all get stuck remembering only the bad things!
    Adele x

  4. Aw thank you, it's been nice reflecting back and remembering all the good things! You should try it too!
    Adele x


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