Home » Budgeting » What Is on My Bucket List

What Is on My Bucket List

Spread the love

bucket list

Very interested to know what is on your bucket list. Here are mine:

Financial Bucket List

  • Get promoted by 2020 to a higher VP level. I currently make 6 figures at my full time job as a VP, Digital Marketing and I am motivated to eventually become SVP within 5 years
  • Pay off my $34K student loan debt by June 2019
  • Contribute 20% of my income to my company’s 401K/Roth consistently after I pay off my student loan debt (begin July 2019)
  • Invest 5% of my income to my own stock and ETF portfolio after I pay off my student loan debt (begin July 2019)
  • Buy my investment property by the end of Dec 2018 – and either flip or rent
  • Consistently make at least $200 a month in my side hustles (mostly ebay for now) beginning July 2018

Personal Bucket List

  • Enroll in a part time (online) MBA program before end of Dec 2018 – my company pays for a significant amount of tuition per year and I want to take advantage. I will still need to take out lots of student loans (money moron alert?).
  • Make at least 15 posts a month on this blog beginning July 2018

Travel Bucket List 

I am not a worldly traveler and really have had no desire, so I do not have much on my travel bucket list. Am I strange? I love hiking at national parks. I will publicly admit that I have never been to New York except to fly into and drive out of JFK (driving by Yankee Stadium was awesome!). I have never been to Europe. I have only been to one country in Asia.

  • Hawaii
  • Alaskan cruise
  • Yellowstone National Park
  • Sedona, Arizona – I have been here multiple times and absolutely love it here. I want to go back.

Sports Bucket List 

I am a big sports fan.

  • World Cup – I attended the Women’s World Cup Final between USA and Japan in Vancouver. This was absolutely crazy and a blast. I guess I should also add the Men’s World Cup as well.
  • MLB World Series – I attended two games of the 2017 World Series between the Astros and Dodgers. This was a dream come true.
  • Olympics – I flew to South Korea and stayed there for 3 weeks to attend the 2017 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang. This was a dream come true. I watched so many events. I guess I should add the Summer Olympics as well.
  • MLB Spring Training – I spent a couple nights in Arizona to watch some spring training games several years ago and I will eventually do this again. The scorching weather is worth it for any baseball fan.
  • MLB All Star Game – I have gone to 2 All Star Games (one in St. Louis and one in San Diego). I hope to do more within reasonable distance.
  • Any of the tennis Grand Slams – I have gone to the BNP Paribas, which some consider as the 5th Grand Slam and it is absolutely amazing.
  • Tennis Men’s Davis Cup (team tennis) – I attended the USA vs England Davis Cup matches several years ago.
  • Tennis Women’s Fed Cup (team tennis)
  • Men’s NCAA Basketball Championship
  • NFL Super Bowl
  • Men’s College Baseball World Series Championship
  • NBA Finals
  • Watch my Big 10 school in the BCS National Championship Game
  • Watch my Big 10 school in the NCAA Championship Game
  • UFC Main Event – really selective here. After hearing some great feedback of attending in person, I added this to my list. I always thought watching UFC on TV was much better because I like seeing the techniques.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Thanks for Visiting! Consider Being An Email Subscriber to Receive Post Notifications, Exclusive Content and Reader Offers!

You have successfully subscribed to the newsletter

There was an error while trying to send your request. Please try again.

OMG My Money - Personal Finance and Sports Cards Blog will use the information you provide on this form to be in touch with you and to provide updates and marketing.