1. St. Martin
8. New Zealand
United Arab Emirates (Dubai)
7. Connecticut 8. Delaware 9. Florida 10. Georgia
20. Maryland 21. Massachusetts
29. New Hampshire
30. New Jersey
31. New Mexico
32. New York: 33. North Carolina 34. North Dakota
38. Pennsylvania 39. Rhode Island 40. South Carolina
41. South Dakota
48. West Virginia
Good idea! I want to post a list like this somewhere!
Thank you & yes you definitely should! I love reading other people’s bucket lists to get ideas 🙂
Love this. I have a list… somewhere. If you travel to Vegas, give us a wave. 😀
I would absolutely love to travel to Vegas! I will have to add that onto my official list on the blog 😉
😀 There’s so many other things to do aside from gambling.
Haha, yeah it seems like such a fun place to visit! 🙂
I am in Alabama and an hour and a half from Nashville, Tennessee. Let me know when you plan to visit, I will show you around. There is also a place to skydive close by. I would love to do it but have no one here brave enough to do it with me!!!
Haha okay, I definitely will! That would be awesome 🙂
Sri Lanka! You wouldn’t want to leave 🙂 x
I will definitely have to add that to my list :)!!!
I love your blog it is awesome!!! I am good ole Albuquerque New Mexico. It’s a lot of desert but there are some pretty cool sites to see. Need any suggestions let me know.
Thanks so much :)! I would love to visit New Mexico someday & I’ll be sure to do that!
Super! On my ‘to do’ list going new places is high on the list, too!
When you visit Denmark, just ask for tips and come for a tour of my ‘hood.
Aww I definitely will be sure to do that :)!
How about the best country in the world: MEXICO!!!… Thanks for the follow. 🙂
Of course! And haha, I would definitely love to go to Mexico :)! I am going to have to update this list!
Make sure you add San Cristobal de las Casas in Chaipas, Mexico to your destinations. It’s a magical place in the middle of nowhere where people from literally all over the world get together.
That sounds wonderful and I will be sure to add it to my list :)!
Add DR to your list honey!
Haha I will definitely do that :)!
I would love to visit there! It looks so nice 🙂
I’ve been reporting on some of the projects and have about 3 more blogs to go for that. But do look at the last three blogs. They will open your eyes!
Ok, I will have to check them out :)!
Had to borrow this idea! It will work wonderfully with our pilgrimage.
Aww so glad to hear that :)!
OMG… Canada! You have to add Canadian Canada is awesome and friendly. And India…. I am in India right now, it’s definitely a life experience.
I will definitely add them, as I would love to go to them both :)! I really have to update my list! Lol
No time like the present 😛
That is too true :)!
When you go to Italy, I can give you lots of suggestions! My favorite city is Florence! Oh, and when you come to Texas try San Antonio or Austin. Both awesome cities. Not sure you will find a mechanical bull there though … we do have them in Texas.
That would be wonderful, thank you :)! I would love suggestions about both places! And yes, still trying to find a mechanical bull to ride this summer or soon, lol
This is a fantastic idea! I love your blog – so many great ideas, so little time!
Aw thank you so much :)!
Awesome, that would be great! Any advice (and comments) would be appreciated! I’ve been wanting to get started for a long time and finally got the nerve to dive right in.
Haha, I totally understand where you’re coming from! I wasn’t sure about starting one either at first, but it’s been so much fun 🙂
Great, I am glad to hear some positive experiences.
Yes, you will do great :)!
Thank you for the support! Please take a look through my blog when you get the chance! I just posted a new post tonight.
You’re welcome :)! And ok, I will definitely check it out now!
Thank you :)!
You are welcome!
Hey, I can relate! I also love to travel! If you are thinking about New Zealand, try out http://www.pacificdiscovery.org/. They are who I traveled with and it was well worth it! I got to cross tons of activities off of my bucket list while also volunteering. It was a great experience!
Ahh thank you so much for the suggestion 🙂 I would love to go to New Zealand & I’m glad to hear you had a great experience! I’m def going to check put that website now & I’ll have to come to you for any tips about New Zealand lol
Definitely! Keep me posted 🙂
Will do :)!
If you’re headed for Denmark you might as well go to Sweden to, or just skip Denmark and go straight here 😉
Haha, I would definitely love to go to Sweden too :)! I guess I really need to update this list!
Hi! Thanks for following my blog. Looking at your amazing blog, I surmise that you may be a Jersey girl. We used to live near Atlantic City before moving to the Sierras. I do miss the beach, but the mountains have their own charms. You should add the British Virgin Islands to your travel wish list–you could do your sailing adventure there.
Good luck with your adventures.
You’re welcome and thank you for your nice comment 🙂 But I would definitely love to visit those! I’ve been to Anguilla, which is a British territory in the islands lol. I agree that those would be a great place for sailing!
Cool idea. I wrote a blog post about my remaining 7 states but I might make such a list myself. Good luck and have fun in achieving these goals
That’s so exciting you only have seven states remaining! Thank you so much 🙂
You should add Germany, Austria, or Switzerland to your list. I promise visiting those countries would not let you down. They are so beautiful and charming!
I would love to visit those countries actually 🙂 I definitely have to add them to my list!
West Virginia and Australia – 2 of the most beautiful places you can ever be. Luckily I’ve had the opportunity to call both home! I can make many recommendations once you get there. Good luck (:
Wow, you are so lucky! That sounds great :)!
It’s nice to see that the UK made it to your list! Make sure you travel a lot within the country and don’t just stick to London though! There’s so much to be seen in the North and Southwest counties especially, gorgeous landscapes!
I don’t think that there is even a single country on this Earth that I would not want to visit, no matter the culture shock or distance in travel! The middle east and latin america are high on my bucket list!
Yes, I would love to go there! And I will be sure to check out all of the different places 🙂 I totally agree with you though; I would love to see as many places as I can!
How funny, I was *just* thinking about bucket lists 😀
That is funny! Do you have one :)?
A guy I sat next to on a Southwest Airlines flight from Albuquerque to Chicago asked if I had a pen. I pulled one out and handed it over. He started coloring in the the US map on the back of the cocktail napkin. I asked, out of curiosity, if those were the states he had visited. He said, no, ones in which he had lived. Very few states were left unmarked. I don’t care to move that much, but I now do the same for states I have visited. Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, and the Dakotas remain unmarked. Someday, I will get them all.
Wow, that is incredible to have lived in all those states and that you’ve visited so many! That is just so inspiring 🙂
Thanks for following the Blog, if you find your way to australia, be sure to let me know, i’d love to hook you up with an amazing glamour session.
You’re welcome! And sounds great, that would be amazing 🙂 I would love to go to Australia someday!
I want to go to Turkey and see Derinkuyu, the underground city. One of these days…
That would be amazing :)!
Hmm… seems we share affinity for Scandinavia.. though I’d move Norway and Denmark on top 😀
Yes, I would love to go there! Especially since I’m Norwegian and Danish, lol 🙂 And you’re right – maybe I should!
All the more reason to move them to the top 😀
Haha, too true :)!
No India? No Himalayas? No mountains? No Nepal? Hmmm now here we differ. . .
Haha, no worries, I would LOVE to go to India 🙂 I guess I really need to update my list still!
This is a list I keep updating and then forget. Little scraps of paper lie here and there as do cutting and notes of travel literature. I bet you do the same!
Haha, that’s such a great idea and yes, sometimes!
The similarity is eerie!
Love to meet you!!
Love the lists! Thank you so much for following my blog – am enjoying yours – promise me if you ever get to Australia you’ll visit the red center and Uluru! 🙂
Thank you so much and I would love to do that :)!
I’m going to PR next year which part did you visit
Haha, I actually went to Puerto Rico when I was a baby and it was only for a lay over, so that is a very good question! I will have to ask my parents 🙂
Oh lol ok.
Hi, I don’t know if you have ever heard of it but my wife and I went on a Contiki tour called the Greek island hopping tour. We have traveled to many places, but there is something absolute, yet other worldly about this place. I would highly recommend making Greece your next trip.
Oh my goodness, that sounds amazing! I will definitely have to look into it and thank you for the recommendation 🙂
Such a great idea! I’ve been blessed to have traveled around this country but have never created a list. Maybe i should? If you ever make it to cali or ariazona let me know…..so many hidden treasures I could show you.
Wow, that’s awesome! And I would love to get to either someday, so I will 🙂
If you come to Michigan, come visit Grand Rapids!! I might know some cool things to do 🙂
I would love that; it sounds awesome :)!
We are pretty lucky DownUnder. Life is so laid back, the country is beautiful and our animals are cute! One of your bucket list destinations you should aim to cross off soon. Let me know when you arrive and I’ll buy you a drink. Oh ….. did I mention the people are really friendly? Xx
Oh my goodness, it’s so true; I would absolutely love to go there! I am actually planning to study abroad in Australia this winter, so I may need to take you up on that offer 🙂
This is a great idea! Do you mind if I add a page to my blog of my travel bucket-list too?!
Of course I don’t mind; you should definitely do it :)!
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Hi Christine, thank you so much for deciding to follow my blog! I love the interviews that you’ve staged so far, and I think it’s a really cool idea that you have asked so many strangers what’s on their bucket lists. I hope when you graduate college you try to take a year off to travel before you start work/graduate school. I would also suggest that if you come to Europe you give yourself a month or two to walk the Camino de Santiago in Spain. The concentration of fascinating people–many whom have realized that life is too short to be lived in a conventional manner–is incredible. Cheers from the road.
Aww thanks so much Nathan! I would love the chance to travel for a year 🙂 And that sounds amazing! I am so glad I found your blog!
🙂 add Kelantan, Malaysia! You’ll love it..
It does sound beautiful 🙂 I will definitely have to update/add it to my list!
🙂 add Kelantan, Malaysia! 🙂
I enjoy seeing someone else’s travel list. . . as I tick one off my list, others seem to appear.
Thanks for following my blog too!
Aw thank you! And haha, I totally know what you mean 🙂
I dont see India on your list! Must add. And when you do decide to visit, I will make a local bucket-list for you! btw, loved ur blog, and the idea behind it. 🙂
I would definitely love to visit India and sounds great to me 🙂 Thanks so much!
Hope you can make your way to Asia! Tons of fun, I promise 🙂
Christine, I love this idea and your blog! I did something similar a few years back, called the Day Zero Project, but I didn’t blog back then. You may have inspired me to try it again. 😉
Also, I see that Indiana is on your list. If you’re ever headed this way, let me know. I’d be happy to tell you some of the best places in Indiana to visit. 🙂
Thank you so much! The Day Zero Project sounds like an awesome name for a project and definitely let me know if you re-incorporate it into your blog 🙂 I’ll be sure to let you know if I visit Indiana!
Hey Christine, You’ve got a very engaging blog! Thanks for alerting me to it – it’s great to see the mix of material, fun and inspiring…doubly so, because…. oh so long ago, I did some journalism then went back to school & graduated with a major in English – at bachelor’s and master’s level – (at the Ph.D. level, I went to history with outside field of English) … so of course it’s SO cool to see that another person is getting set to graduate with a great renaissance mix of interests! In touch again soon 🙂
Thank you so much :)! Ah, that’s awesome you were also an English major and studied history/some journalism as well. Definitely glad I came across your blog.
Thank you for passing by my blog, and yes I am also following you and your adventures.
I see that you have striked out the place I live too. Hope you had a happy stay here.
Keep roaming 😛
I love your blog! You definitely NEED to add Spain to the list!
What a cool blog. I have loved poking around 🙂 you seem like a wonderful person, and I love your idea of a bucket list for kind acts!
I am so happy that you stumbled upon my blog and thank you so much for the follow!! I am looking forward to watching you cross items off of your list and grow as a person. I wish you only the best!
PS — add Iceland to this list, girl!
Aww thanks so much Tori 🙂 I’m glad I found your blog! And haha, I’d actually love to see Iceland someday, so I will have to do that!
Wow! thanks for the follow 🙂 might have to copy your idea and write all the states i’ve been to on my bucket list because i want to see them all!
Yes, same here! I’d love to see all the states someday 🙂
Thanks for following! A lot of these amazing places are on my bucket list too – hope to make it to them someday. Happy travels!