There is something about retirement that opens your mind to ‘the finish line’.
Saw this sign a while back in Mt. Vernon, WA.
Found it interesting to witness others’ bucket list items.
One of mine: Visit Canada again…either west coast or east coast. Even better–if/when things calm down, take the CP Rail from one coast to the other.
Another one: FINISH one of my writing/content projects.
What’s on your bucket list? Let that list energize your days.
Not sure how to start a bucket list? Take a look at this interesting categorized list of 200 bucket list items.
Okay, I’m going on the assumption that we folks outside of the working world [euphemism for ‘retired’] have a little time on our hands.
With that in mind, take a look at my post from yesterday on another of my blogs.
Lots of good freebies from the post.
Enjoy your time.
I enjoyed this fun I Wish They Had Told Me This Years Ago YouTube video by Julie of Cheap Joe’s Art Stuff.
If you’re interested in meeting more artists, check out the Cheap Joe’s Artspeak series.
Fellow folks on the retirement arc: I’m hoping these occasional posts nudge you forward in your creative pursuits, or nudge you forward to finding creative pursuits.
I recently posted this on my inventwithwords blog.
Because there seems to be a serious crossover of content and ideas, I’ll be sharing more to both blogs.