I love lists. "I need a list" is my battle cry. Usually these lists have been practical - to do lists and shopping lists and such, but more recently I've been drawn to the idea of bucket lists.
You'll notice that I've used the plural lists - I'm not talking about a once in a life time, grand gesture kind of list with goals such as "sail around the world single handed" or "publish a best-selling novel". You are of course free to set these as future goals but for the moment I'm focusing on the smaller things - everyday bucket lists, if you like.
So grab yourself a notebook or a file and start compiling lists - lots of lists - of the things you want, can and should do in the near future. Make your lists themed and reasonably specific and leave space to add to them. Add photos, doodles, graphics and anything else that inspires you.
What you list is up to you and the possibilities are endless but here are some ideas if you need them;
Revisit your lists frequently, not only to add new ideas but to remind yourself of all you can look forward to.