I met this amazing mom, who is very young at heart, while hiking with a group of friends to Ngong Hills the other day. Although she recently turned 68 years old, one would likely assume she is in her late 30s. Her secret: exercise, laughter, and a healthy diet. Isn’t it simple? After all, you’re only as old as you think you are. During our conversation, she mentioned a number of unique outdoor activities on her bucket list, one of which I’ll highlight in today’s blog.
What struck me most about our conversation was how much emphasis she placed on having a bucket list. Her face lit up as she told me about her ambition to climb Mt. Kenya one day. The hike to Ngong Hills was part of her preparation for achieving one of her life goals.
Meanwhile, have you ever felt like your days are passing you by with no tangible output? I’m sure we’ve all been there, but did you know that making a bucket list is one of the best ways to spice up your life and live it to the fullest? Get started right away, make your list, and remember to hold yourself accountable as you work toward your goals.
What are some of the activities on your bucket list? I would love to hear them. Till next time Peace and Love.