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Anybody Have a "Bucket List"


bren67
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7 years ago 0 bren67 424 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
Yes i do!
But like most,i do this by year...this year, i want to learn more French,and learn to cook French too!
Today,since the first is soon upon us,i bought French Champain and baby brie cheese , along with breton weat crackers,and bell pepper jelly....thats all for new years eve at home...new years day..black eyed peas,cabbage,and lamb!
Bren
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7 years ago 0 loves trees 356 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
Thanks for posting this Hugs,

I don't have a bucket list but I am starting a list of things I'd like to be able to do next year during the holidays. This year is about self preservation. My 'habit' is to plan to do a hundred things between now and dec. 25 and do a lot of baking and homemade gifts for people but I really have to accept that I have to keep myself in self preservation mode for this year because my energy is very low and I do not have good habits of taking care of myself yet. Once I do, then I can hit my list for all the things I want to do next year. 

The movie the bucket list I thought was very entertaining and depicted a really nice friendship between two men. Thumbs up on that one. 
Davit
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7 years ago 0 Davit 6252 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
Hugs

I don't know how common it is with panic disorders but I know this "gray" feeling is common to other situations. I used to work piece work. Small short time jobs and then move on to the next. Some of them were very hard and had long days. I worked sometimes ten hours a day seven days a week for two months or more at a time. The only time off was to get more saw gas and groceries. We were always fifty or more miles from the nearest town camped right on the job. I even had an apartment size wash machine and a generator to run it. Work, work, work. 
The let down at the end of each job was very bad. Getting motivated to do anything during down time was very difficult. Physically I was fine but mentally I was burnt out. Stumbling around trying to garden and prepare for winter before having to go back to work.
Routine does this. It was worse since the reason for doing piece work was to make quick money and see some fantastic country but the routine turned me into a zombie good for little after. I know of people who can not enjoy their time off because the routine of their job is dragging them down. Their performance at their job is suffering too. 
I now know that it calls for an attitude adjustment to break out of this. Pity I didn't know how to do it then. I lost so much time to what can only be called the blues I guess.
I've heard it referred to as house wife syndrome. Same old, same old day after day.

Davit.


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7 years ago 0 hugs4U 4027 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
I know there was a movie about a man who had a list of things he wished to accomplish.
 
Does anybody have such a bucket list?
 
I wonder, since I'm so tired that I can barely grasp what I used to like.  Nothing really "draws" me...everything's kind of "grey".

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