The case against bucket lists

Real Life of an MSW


Being my best self and teaching others how to be their best self is on my bucket list of life experiences. I know I am not alone in this. That’s why my first snarky reaction to this piece was “Shit, we’re all dying, act accordingly.”

I like bucket lists. Hell, I even started my own this summer. My list has allowed me to get outdoors and explore. Other times it has allowed me to relax and just be. Though, most importantly, it has motivated me to be my best self and allowed me to help others. At the end of my day, it’s about personal growth.

Rossiter writes “The symbol for the end of life became a symbol of the very container for it, regardless of the amount of time the person may have left on the planet.” I disagree. I think once you obtain your goal…

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