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Published on: 05 Apr 2017 by maria-s
They say that 40 is the new 30, but often it doesn’t feel like time is on our side and this is a time when many people look back on their life with the feeling that they’ve not accomplished all that much.
To help you gain control of your life, and really have some life changing experiences it might be time for you to sit down and write the bucket list.
Feel young, bold and in control with a few activities that you’ll really remember, and share fun times with your friends so you’ll look back on your 30’s as a decade when you really lived life to the fullest – and then carry on your 40’s with even more new experiences!Try a new sport
Ever fancied karate or water polo, or joining a hectic, yet motivating spinning class? Your 30’s are a great time to start a new sport, even if you haven’t done exercise in a while. Often, this is when metabolism slows down, so giving it a boost with a new sporting activity can help ward off those few extra pounds. It’s a good idea to visit your GP and consider any health issues before starting anything too extreme, as you should at any time in your life - looking after your health should be a priority.
Starting a new sport is also a great way to make new friends and feel good about yourself. For many 30-somethings, their social lives could do with a revival, so this is a perfect way to shake things up!Solve a Murder
A fan of CSI? Love the thrill of a good whodunit? Why not take it to the next level, by booking murder mystery events with friends, family or even colleagues? You get to act and get into character, while you work together to gather clues and solve the mystery of who’s been murdered and by whom!
You can enjoy a great night of food and entertainment, while experiencing the unique part of being a character in the mystery and really get into the game – you could play a devout nun, a gangster, a Hollywood detective or an elegant lady of the manor!Drive a Supercar
Whether it’s a Porsche 9/11, a classic Jaguar E-Type or a Ferrari, Supercar experience days top most of the bucket lists of today. Thrills and excitement, passion and hunger for speed can be easily met with a race around the track – and you won’t have to spend a fortune to do so!Skydive
Of course, skydiving isn’t for everyone, but maybe that’s more of a reason to do it!
Imagine the rush of pushing your boundaries and facing your fears by skydiving. The world has some glorious places you can visit and make your skydive.
You can skydive over Dubai, with an amazing view of the architecture and modern, luxurious landscape below. If you want to take it to an even bigger extreme, why not try skydiving over Mount Everest - falling from a helicopter at 23,000 feet over the glacier mountain scape is sure to be an experience you’ll never forget.
The Mount Everest Skydive doesn’t come cheap at around £18,000, but if you’re going to do it, you may as well do it big time!Learn a Foreign Language
Maybe you have a favourite holiday destination and you’ve always wanted to chat to the locals or you simply feel you want to take on a long-term hobby?
Learning a language is a helpful tool that will not only be invaluable should you travel, but also looks great on your CV. Mandarin is perhaps the hardest to learn but extremely advantageous or maybe you fancy building on your secondary school French and learn something more than “Oui” and “Je m'appelle…”Take a Road Trip
Route 66 is famed worldwide for its road trip experiences. Why not rent a classic American muscle car like a Mustang or a Chevy, forget the world at home and simply dream of the road ahead?
Take your best friend on your journey; put the roof down and listen to your favourite driving tunes, while stopping off at well-known wonders along the road, the Meramec Caverns and, of course, the amazing Grand Canyon.
Whatever you put on your bucket list, make one and stick to it – and when you reach your 40’s you’ll be able to be proud of what you’ve accomplished!