My ‘Before I Turn 21’ Bucket List

My ‘Before I Turn 21’ bucket list started with me wanting to experience things that some of the teenagers in the books I’ve read have experienced. I started this list when I was 15 and I  was recently going over it and realized that some of the things that are on there I don’t want to do anymore. Like for example ‘Go to a beach party’.  When I was 15 I just thought about how cool it would be to go to like house parties or a beach party. Now I am 17 years old and when I think about that I think about all the things that could go wrong like a fight could start or the cops could come. Also I have been to smaller parties and learned that I am just not really a party person. So some things have been scratched off of my list for these reasons.

I am constantly adding to this list because I find out things that I really want to do and putting them on this list makes me feel like because they are on this list I will make it happen.

So here are a few things that are on this list(The ones that are crossed out are the ones I have done):

  • Go to Disney World
  • Learn to swim
  • Learn to drive
  • Go to BookCon 
  • Try ice coffee and a latte
  • Be an extra in a movie 
  • Eat at the Cheesecake Factory 
  • Go to Los Angeles
  • See an Ellen Show live
  • Take an acting class
  • Have a sleepover 
  • Carve my name into a tree
  • Publish my novel (Currently in the writing process)

Yeah so this is most of it. I do plan on adding more things and when the list gets a little longer I will probably make another post about it!

I definitely recommend everyone to make a teenage bucket list or a ‘Before I turn __” list. They are really helpful for keeping goals at least for me it is. Hope your day is fantastic!




2 thoughts on “My ‘Before I Turn 21’ Bucket List

  1. I like your list! I actually have a bookish bucket list on my blog. I haven’t been able to accomplish too many of those, which are mostly reading and writing goals. But there is one I knocked out last year. Visit the Library of Congress. You’re writing a book, so you obviously love books. The Library of Congress was incredible. The personal library of Thomas Jefferson was probably my favorite part of it. Maybe consider adding it to your list!

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  2. That honestly sounds awesome! I love library’s I don’t know if you have ever been to the Harold Washington Library in Chicago it is pretty big. It has eight floors. You should definitely go if you get the chance.


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