Tuesday, December 30, 2014

I'm over at the RMFW Blog today!

My post is called "Time to Update Your Bucket List for 2015."

Revisiting this location is very high on my bucket list. You'll have to pop over to the RMFW blog to find out where it is.


The maintenance of a flexible and dynamic bucket list is lots more fun for me than resolutions. How about you?

Happy New Year, and may your 2015 be filled with good health, success, and tons of laughter.

7 comments:

Madeline Mora-Summonte said...

Really enjoyed that post, Patricia - especially how you remove some items and add others to your Bucket List. I tend to feel pressured once I put them there, like they have to stay, should be accomplished, etc. I'm going to adopt some your flexibility. :)

Patricia Stoltey said...

Thanks, Madeline! I find the older I get, the less pressured I feel about anything. I change my bucket list items all the time.

Margot Kinberg said...

Pat - I think that was a great post! I think it's good to set goals. I think it's good to revisit them and change them as we need to change them.

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Pat - the idea of the flexible bucket list makes sense .. and without the pressure of goals for the year ... I shall pop over ..

Happy New Year with lots of success and happiness, while many writing goals achieved, and a few off the old bucket! Happy times - cheers Hilary

Patricia Stoltey said...

Good morning, Margot, and Happy New Year! I do a little goal setting too, but find the bucket list lots more fun.

Thank you so much, Hilary. I hope you have a wonderful 2015. Sometimes when we don't plan so hard, we accomplish even more. I truly like the "go with the flow" philosophy.

Eileen Goudge said...

Lovely idea. A flexible bucket list. Like you, I long ago abandoned resolutions. But there are things I'd like to do and places I'd like to go before I die. Scandinavia for sure. In the meantime I have my Wisconsin retreat. Happy New Year, Patricia. May 2015 bring you some of those items on your list.

Patricia Stoltey said...

Thank you, Eileen! I hope your 2015 is everything you want it to be.