I regularly talk with my clients considering retirement about their bucket list the list of things that they want to do some day, often holidays but also experiences.

There is also the reverse bucket list. The list of all the things that you have already done.

It does not have to be big things, it can be small things too.

To create your own reverse bucket list, look back over your life and answer these questions:

What are you proud of?
What have you accomplished?
What was challenging or scary … but you did it anyway?

It is not something that you have to do all in one go, but something you can do over time. Completing this can help you feel positive for all the things you have done and is useful to refer to when you need a boost.

I would love to know what you think of this?

Published On: February 14th, 2019 / Categories: Inspiration /

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