3. Help someone else cross something off their list.
4. Learn another language.
5. Visit all 50 states. (And stay at least a night, or more. Driving through doesn’t count, unfortunately.)
6. Go back to writing good old-fashioned letters.
7. Fall in love.
8. Get paid for my photography or a photo of mine.
9. Lose weight and keep it off.
10. Incorporate exercise into my daily or weekly routine.
11. Teach someone to read. Bonus points if it’s an adult.
12. Become a better photographer and master my camera.
13. See a movie at a drive-in.
15. Take a road trip across the US.
16. Raise and train my own dog.
17. Remove money as a driving concern in my life.
18. Make a high-school reading list of books I never read. Read them.
19. Fly first class, preferably internationally.
20. Train a dog to help others (seeing eye dog, therapy dog, rescue dog, I’m not picky.)
21. Live in a house with a porch, preferably wrap-around.
22. Visit all the national parks in the continental United States.
23. Spend New Year's Eve on a beach.
24. Have a baby.
25. See Northern Lights in person.
26. Grown my own food. (I’m talking like an herb or vegetable garden, not farming.)
27. Learn how to do my own taxes.
28. Build a house for Habitat for Humanity.
29. Visit South Korea.
30. Build some of my own furniture (IKEA and DIY kits don’t count).
31. Go on a hot air balloon ride.
32. Visit the Crater of Diamonds and find hopefully find one.
33. Get over my fear of needles and join the Bone Marrow Donor Registry, and maybe save someone’s life.
34. Own my own home.
35. Consolidate my possessions and learn to live less materialistically.
36. Eat more locally.
37. Learn how to cook less like a college student again.
38. Learn how to play a stringed instrument (violin?) don't have to be good
39. Make more time for reading books.
40. Take a calligraphy course, in order to improve my handwriting. (worked the last time, for awhile)
41. Travel via train, preferably cross-country.
42. Own a piece of Chihuly glass.
44. Donate to a charity regularly, despite my non-richness.
45. See a really spectacular fall foliage display since I’ve lived in areas without seasons for too long.
46. See the Cherry Blossoms around the Tidal Basin in Washington, DC in full bloom.
47. Donate blood despite my fear of needles and tendency to pass out when donating said blood.
50. Throw a surprise party. Because those are the best kind.
51. Try my hand at non-camera related visual arts.
52. Locks of Love. I’d love to be able to help someone out by growing my hair long again.
54. Reconnect people from my past that I've lost touch with.
55. See 'classic movies' that I haven't seen. Will take suggestions.
56. Learn how to use Photoshop to enhance my photos - just to see what I'm missing.
58. Learn how to budget properly and stick to it.
59. Learn sign language. Don’t have to be fluent, but it’d be nice to learn some of the basics besides fingerspelling.
63. Learn how to make pottery.
64. Make a stained glass window.
65. Learn how to make my own jewelry.
66. Teach myself origami.
67. Have a piece of my writing published somewhere other than my blog.
68. Meet a panda outside of a zoo. Going to a panda sanctuary counts.
69. Hold a koala. Or meet a kangaroo.
70. See an opera at the Met.
71. Float in the Dead Sea. Apparently, it's drying up and maybe I should go before it's a myth.
72. Drive along Route 66.
73. Enter a photography competition. Bonus points if a finalist or winner.
74. Visit Laura Ingalls Wilder’s house. (Or re-visit, as it were).
76. Visit Auschwitz and/or Dachau.
77. See famous works of art in person. This may involve a trip to the Louvre.
78. Achieve some of your life goals with friends and family.
79. Sleep under the stars. (Yes, I've camped, but I'm talking sleeping outside of a tent).
80. Blog about each item done.