The Ever Changing Single Girls Bucket List

23 May
  1. Travel alone
  2. Live alone (and relish the independence)
  3. Fill up your DVR with all the stupid reality shows you love (no ones around to judge)
  4. Get fit (because you will inevitably pack on the pounds after marriage and kids
  5. Take last minute, spontaneous trips
  6. Date younger guys
  7. Date older guys
  8. Buy yourself something outrageously expensive and totally impractical
  9. Pick up and move someplace newImage
  10. Stay out all night (like until day break)
  11. Let your friends set you up (and have an open mind about it)
  12. Push yourself physically by training for a marathon
  13. Spend an entire day with a friend who has kids (for some much needed perspective on how wonderfully tranquil your life really is at this point)
  14. Have a girls night in at least once a month
  15. Go skinny dipping
  16. Scream into your pillow in the morning.
  17. Go on a day date. I’m talking hiking in the park, trying a trapeze class, going kayaking. A man who will meet up with you during daylight has potential.
  18. Change your own light bulbs and put up your own blinds. Show yourself you DON’T need a man to do around-the-house tasks for you.
  19. Get some new hobbies. You owe it to yourself to figure out what you really like to do so you can find someone that shares your interests.
  20. Be bold. Turn the tables and approach someone you think is good looking.
  21. Quit your job. It feels so good to take a job and shove it (and not be affecting anyone else’s livelihood).
  22. Witness something once-in-a-lifetime, a melting glacier,auroras borealis, or a meteor shower
  23. Chill with a widowed elderly person. She knows “alone”!
  24. Volunteer.
  25. Date the creeps. You’ll really value the nice guys afterward.
  26. Finish all your schooling if you can.
  27. Throw yourself into something time-consuming, like learning a foreign language. You may not have time to do this again until you retire and the kids are off to college.
  28. Make a list of all your faults.
  29. Learn to cook well.
  30. Road Trip with Friends
  31. Ride in a hot air balloon.
  32. Fire a Pistol/Shot Gun
  33. Visit all Fifty of the United States
  34. Restore an antique
  35. Watch the 10 greatest American movies of all time (as ranked by the AFI).
  36. Donate clothes you no longer use
  37. Join a Big Brother, Big Sister Program
  38. Write and publish a novel
  39. Attend a  Broadway Play

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