Let Your Imagination Run Wild for Your Bucket List

Let Your Imagination Run Wild for Your Bucket List

All right, friends! I have a super-fun project for you today.

Today, you’re going to work on your bucket list. If you’ve gotten lost since making New Year’s resolutions, or if you never prioritize yourself, or if you’ve forgotten the importance of dreaming big, then this is going to make your day.

The phrase “bucket list” has become widely known to illustrate things you want to do at least once before you die – before you kick “the bucket.”

Some bucket lists might include parachuting out of an airplane… watching the sunset in Hawaii… Completing an Ironman …….. or running the Boston Marathon…

There are no limits. No rules. Whatever you want!

So, let’s do it. Grab a pen and paper, or type it on your laptop or phone in the notes section right now. There’s no minimum or maximum number of items on your bucket list. Just put down anything you’d like to do at least once in your lifetime.

Dream big.

Let your mind – and heart – wander in all sorts of directions. Places to go, yes, but also … people to see, projects to build, events to complete, or emotions to experience… You don’t have to be “realistic,” either. If you want to be Princess Leia for a day, write it down!

It’s all up to you.

When you finish the first “brainstorm” style list, maybe go back and do a light edit. There might be some redundancies or potential groupings. There might be ACTUAL WAYS to do some of the fantastical stuff (like seeing Coldplay or riding a rollercoaster at a theme park).

But don’t judge yourself. 

Indulge yourself. Remember, your bucket list is all about YOU. Nobody gets to say, “You can’t do THAT,” about anything on it.

Then, try to get specific. It’s one thing to say, “I want to see Paris.”


Let’s go deeper. “I want to see Paris… and walk into that bakery shop I saw in a movie… and smell the pastries… and tear open the fresh croissant.”

Have fun with this. Feed your sense of adventure and of play. Recall what you dreamt of as a child and consider if you still have those aspirations. What will bring you joy?

Are there items on your list that you want to pursue now? Or are you happy to leave most of them for “someday” …?

Both can be nice. You decide!

If you are reading this from me- Completing an Ironman or finishing in a specific time, Completing a sprint or Olympic distance Triathlon, Losing 50 lb’s to get healthy, or Getting faster will be on your list.

If that is the case, I’d love to help you on your journey to check that item off your Bucket List!

Use this link to fill out the application for my Triathlon Transformation Program, and then follow the prompt to set up your call with me.

Triathlon Transformation is a 16-week Program gives you the ideal blueprint to help you get faster for your next triathlon.

It focuses on you as an individual; your form, technique, strength, fueling, and mindset. Through video analysis, metabolic testing, holistic lifestyle coaching, and a supportive community, you will achieve all your triathlon dreams and goals to get faster in less time.

If you want to show up confidently at the start of your next race — swimming, biking, and running past the competition, sprinting across the finish line with arms overhead, knowing you nailed it — then this program is for you.

Click here to apply for my 16-Week Triathlon Transformation Program.

Let’s do this

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