Reading & Writing

Words are possibly my greatest joy in life. I love all sorts of writing and reading (even in other languages!). This section will focus on some of my bucket list items that involve these things.

  1. Create your own bucket list  You’re looking at it! 
  2. Write letters to 5 people who positively influenced you
  3. Participate in NanoWriMo
  4. Send postcards from your home city
  5. Join PostCrossing
  6. Start a blog
  7. Read a classic novel
  8. Write a Letter to the Editor
  9. Write a poem
  10. Write down your dreams for one week
  11. Write to a celebrity
  12. Write to a Disney Character
  13. Be a pen pal
  14. Handwrite letters to your friends
  15. Completely plan your dream home
  16. Write a note and leave it in a library book
  17. Write a list of things you are grateful for
  18. Imagine you won $5 Million and plan how to use it
  19. Get a book signed by the author
  20. Send a postcard to PostSecret
  21. Enter a writing contest    Here’s my submission: Discover Yourself Through Writing
  22. Write to your hero
  23. Do BookCrossing
  24. Start a gratitude journal
  25. Write thank-you notes
  26. Read 100 of the greatest books ever written
  27. Attend a poetry reading
  28. Join a book club
  29. Finish a book in Spanish
  30. Create a slam poetry video
  31. Write a restaurant review
  32. Edit something on Wiki
  33. Publish poetry
  34. Meet Author Neal Shusterman
  35. Have Everlost signed by Neal Shusterman
  36. Go to a book signing
  37. Get a paperclip from Neal Shusterman
  38. Read all of Neal Shusterman’s books
  39. Take a creative writing class
  40. Re-read all of the Harry Potter books
  41. Create a compilation of your favorite quotes
  42. Read The Reason I Jump
  43. Read Sink Reflections by the Flylady
  44. Ready How to Ruin Everything by George Watsky
  45. Read Nine Minutes by Beth Flynn
  46. Read the Walking Dead Comics
  47. Read a new book
  48. Be in a magazine
  49. Get your handwriting analyzed
  50. Read Fahrenheit 451 (The edition that can only be read by lighting on fire)
  51. Listen to an audiobook

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