Bucket List Ideas for 50 Year Olds

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Bucket List Ideas for 50 Year Olds

Everyone should make a list that you should set out to accomplish

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I love me some list of stuff to do. Life goes so quick but it is still a good idea to put together a list of fun stuff you want to accomplish. Bucket list for you and your boyfriend. Here are some Bucket List Ideas for 50 Year Olds items I have now:

  • Find an old school friend.
  • Join a flash mob.
  • Become something of an expert in something you’ve always found interesting.
  • Build something yourself (Ikea assembly, while impressive, doesn’t count).
  • Go on the Ellen DeGeneres Show and meet Ellen!
  • Get a tattoo.
  • Single ladies: Ask someone out on a date.
  • Ride in a hot air balloon.
  • Get back to doing yoga and perhaps go on a yoga retreat.
  • Take a photography workshop
  • Help fix an issue that has always bothered you through volunteering.
  • Splurge on something extravagant.
  • Become a mentor.
  • Go skydiving.
  • Travel to an exotic destination.
  • Lose 35 pounds
  • Go on a trip by yourself.
  • Conquer one of your biggest fears.
  • Then onto a tour of the countryside with a few days lounging on the beautiful French Riviera.
  • Pull an all-nighter.
  • Formally learn a style of dance.
  • Have sex or engage in a sex act in an unusual place.
  • Go back to Italy and rent a car in Florence, taking the back roads through Tuscany
  • Seeing the pyramids in Egypt
  • Climb a mountain.
  • Go camping.
  • Visit a ghost town.
  • Williamsburg, VA is another family vacation we would like to do.
  • I want to rent a camper for a weekend in Talladega for a NASCAR race weekend
  • I would love to attend a Mardi Gras.
  • Washington, DC is on our list of family things to do.
  • Spend a week on David Copperfield's private island.
  • Live abroad — we’re not talking about a week-long vacation.
  • Learn a new language.
  • It would be so cool to have a NASCAR Racing Experience and drive a NASCAR race car on the track.
  • Learn to surf.
  • Visiting Disneyworld is also another family vacation we would like take someday.
  • Walk across the Brooklyn Bridge and have dinner at an Italian restaurant in Brooklyn.
  • Have a meal at one of the world’s top restaurants.
  • Front row seats to a Maroon 5 concert.
  • Travel for a concert.
  • Skydive. Just once...
  • Learn about your family history.
  • Spend a week in a suite at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan at Christmastime.
  • Take a job that feels a bit outside your comfort zone.
  • Forgive someone for hurting you.
  • Take a cooking class outside of the US.
  • Read that classic you’ve faked having read for years.
  • Dramatically change your hairstyle or look.
  • Repair something all by yourself.
  • Go on a whale watch and see a whale breach.
  • Gamble (but like our friend Kenny Rogers would say, know when to fold them).
  • Participate in a movement you believe in.
  • Make an elaborate and wildly impressive meal for guests.
  • Hire a private chef for a month
  • Have an honest-to-goodness adventure.
  • If single, go on a blind date.
  • Buy the car you’ve always wanted — or at least test drive it.
  • Get a custom dress or suit.
  • Go ziplining.
  • Visit British Columbia and see a pod of killer whales (Orcas) in the wild.
  • Swim with the dolphins..
  • Bike riding in Nantucket.
  • Get really good at a bar game.
  • Fly first class.
  • Own something that makes you feel like a millionaire.
  • Throw a party that has people talking for weeks.
  • Fellas: Make a brand new friend without your wife or significant other.
  • Go skinny dipping.
  • Go on a road trip with friends.
  • Go to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
  • Visit the Grand Canyon.
  • Tell someone what you REALLY think of them.
  • Visit Hawaii.
  • Scuba dive.
  • Teach someone how to do something you’re really good at doing.
  • Participate in one of the world’s most well-known festivals: Mardi Gras, Oktoberfest, Running of the Bulls and the like.
  • Watch the ball drop in Times Square from a room at the Marquis Marriott.
  • Cultivate a green thumb.
  • Rent a camper and drive to Yellowstone, Mount Rushmore and Glacier National Parks.
  • Master public speaking.

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