Attend at least one major sporting event: the Super Bowl, the Olympics, the U.S. Open.
Throw a huge party and invite every one of your friends.
Swim with a dolphin.
Have your portrait painted.
Learn to speak a foreign language and make sure you use it.
Go skinny-dipping at midnight in the South of France.
Watch the launch of the space shuttle.
Spend a whole day eating junk food without feeling guilty.
Be an extra in a film.
Tell someone the story of your life, sparing no details.
Make love on a forest floor.
Make love on a train.
Learn to rollerblade.
Own a room with a view.
Brew your own beer.
Learn how to take a compliment.
Buy a round-the-world air ticket and a rucksack, and run away.
Grow a beard and leave it for at least a month.
Give your mother a dozen red roses and tell her you love her.
Be a member of the audience in a TV show.
Put your name down to be a passenger on the first tourist shuttle to the moon.
Send a message in a bottle.
Ride a camel into the desert.
Get to know your neighbors.
Plant a tree.
Learn not to say yes when you really mean no.
Write a fan letter to your all-time favorite hero or heroine.
Visit the Senate and the House of Representatives to see how Congress really works.
Learn to ballroom dance properly.
Eat jellied eels from a stall in London.
Be the boss.
Fall deeply in love — helplessly and unconditionally.
Ride the Trans-Siberian Express across Asia.
Sit on a jury.
Write the novel you know you have inside you.
Go to Walden Pond and read Thoreau while drifting in a canoe.
Stay out all night dancing and go to work the next day without having gone home (just once).
Drink beer at Oktoberfest in Munich.
Be someone’s mentor.
Shower in a waterfall.
Ask for a raise.
Learn to play a musical instrument with some degree of skill.
Teach someone illiterate to read.
Be one of the first to take a flight on the new Airbus A380.
Spend a night in a haunted house — by yourself.
Write down your personal mission statement, follow it, and revise it from time to time.
See a lunar eclipse.
Spend New Year’s in an exotic location.
Get passionate about a cause and spend time helping it, instead of just thinking about it.
Sing a great song in front of an audience.
Ask someone you’ve only just met to go on a date.
Drive across America from coast to coast.
Make a complete and utter fool of yourself.
Own one very expensive but absolutely wonderful business suit.
Write your will.
Sleep under the stars.
Take a ride on the highest roller coaster in the country.
Learn how to complain effectively — and do it!
Go wild in Rio during Carnival.
Spend a whole day reading a great novel.
Forgive your parents.
Learn to juggle with three balls.
Drive the Autobahn.
Find a job you love.
Spend Christmas on the beach drinking pina coladas.
Overcome your fear of failure.
Raft through the Grand Canyon.
Donate money and put your name on something: a college scholarship, a bench in the park.
Buy your own house and then spend time making it into exactly what you want.
Grow a garden.
Spend three months getting your body into optimum shape.
Drive a convertible with the top down and music blaring.
Accept yourself for who you are.
Learn to use a microphone and give a speech in public.
Scuba dive off Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.
Go up in a hot-air balloon.
Attend one really huge rock concert.
Kiss someone you’ve just met on a blind date.
Be able to handle: your tax forms, Jehovah’s Witnesses, your banker, telephone solicitors.
Give to a charity — anonymously.
Lose more money than you can afford at roulette in Vegas.
Let someone feed you peeled, seedless grapes.
Kiss the Blarney stone and develop the gift of gab.
Fart in a crowded space.
Make love on the kitchen floor.
Go deep sea fishing and eat your catch.
Create your own web site.
Visit the Holy Land.
Make yourself spend a half-day at a concentration camp and swear never to forget.
Run to the top of the Statue of Liberty.
Create your Family Tree.
Catch a ball in the stands of a major league baseball stadium.
Make a hole-in-one.
Ski a double-black diamond run.
Learn to bartend.
Run a marathon.
Look into your child’s eyes, see yourself, and smile.
Reflect on your greatest weakness, and realize how it is your greatest strength.
Now, go make your own list of things that are most important to YOU!
And why not add in a few from this list too?
I’m going to start mine right now. :)