Bucket List Inspiration: Keys To Broadening Your Horizon

Screen Addiction-Kate Harveston-Chispa MagazineHaving a bucket list is one of those things many of us have. It’s the thing we mentally store every place we want to go to. Every possible thing we want to experience. It’s our chance to prioritize what we want out of life. But, the great thing about a bucket list is it can broaden your horizons. 

You experience different cultures. Traveling and seeing different countries provides you with the chance to experience different cultures. This might be a different lifestyle that you are accustomed to, or different foods you get to taste. Many people add exotic destinations to their bucket list, however, visiting Western countries can show you a different way of life too. Being more aware of different cultures can broaden your horizons and may allow you to respect things in a different way. This might also mean considering alternative religions and understanding the one true God.

You have the opportunities to learn languages. Visiting different countries not only allows you to become more diverse in culture, but you also get the opportunity to learn a language. Or, be more aware of different dialects or languages. However, many people add learning a language to their bucket lists in their own right. Perhaps wanting to emigrate to a different country at some stage, and being prepared can help. This is why services like eCoaches online tutoring can make a big difference.

You get to try new things and develop skills. Your bucket list doesn’t just involve traveling, it can involve different experiences, which may help you progress in your career, hence lead to alternative opportunities.

You have the chance to create some unforgettable memories. Your bucket list provides you with a chance to make some unforgettable memories in your life. These are the things you will look back on in years to come with find thoughts. Ready to get out of the norm?

You can put things into perspective. Not only do you get to see and experience new things, but these journeys could help you put things into perspective. Some countries are not as well off as the country you live in. Which is why experiencing these places can help you put things into perspective in your life.For example: thanksgiving versus complaining.

You are able to think more clearly. Traveling and seeing places can help you think more clearly about the direction your life is going. Perhaps having some time away, exploring something new, has inspired you to write a book or perhaps change the direction in which your life is headed. And perhaps… this is exactly what you need to turn toward our Creator.

Photo by Cathryn Lavery

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Mavian Arocha-Rowe

Mavian Arocha-Rowe

Editor-in-Chief at Chispa Magazine
Mavian Arocha-Rowe is known as an asset to the business and communications industry and is motivating and advocating “your authenticity should be your strategy,” for all women, regardless of their season and roles. For the past 20 years she has directed magazines, plus multiple art and marketing departments as creative director and brand manager. What supersedes all of her great career moves is her role as wife and mother living in Atlanta. Challenging herself to discover and bravely pursue the calling for her life, Arocha-Rowe helps other women discover and pursue their life’s assignment. She is a passionate, and loud-laughing speaker on the topic of purposefully redeemed, and mentors young women so they can exercise a mind that is doctrinally pure, along with a heart that beats toward sanctification. She will almost never turn down Marlow’s Tavern double-tavern cheeseburger, a cooking-demonstration from Leaning Ladder, or any opportunity to head to Miami to spend time with family.

Mavian Arocha-Rowe

Mavian Arocha-Rowe is known as an asset to the business and communications industry and is motivating and advocating “your authenticity should be your strategy,” for all women, regardless of their season and roles. For the past 20 years she has directed magazines, plus multiple art and marketing departments as creative director and brand manager. What supersedes all of her great career moves is her role as wife and mother living in Atlanta. Challenging herself to discover and bravely pursue the calling for her life, Arocha-Rowe helps other women discover and pursue their life’s assignment. She is a passionate, and loud-laughing speaker on the topic of purposefully redeemed, and mentors young women so they can exercise a mind that is doctrinally pure, along with a heart that beats toward sanctification. She will almost never turn down Marlow’s Tavern double-tavern cheeseburger, a cooking-demonstration from Leaning Ladder, or any opportunity to head to Miami to spend time with family.