Raise your hand if you have a bucket list.

Ever since the titular movie propelled the word to common vernacular, travel has slowly been shaped by a traveler’s list of places-to-see-before-I-die. But I can’t help but wonder, is it a good idea to travel with this macabre overtone?

One must also ask, have we ended up setting ourselves up for a “less than” travel experience?

In this piece for CNBC’s Global Traveler, I dig a little into what could potentially be some of the flipsides of having a bucket list.

First published: CNBC Global Traveler

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Sartenada says:


    I do not have bucket list and do not need it! I know what I want without any list!

    Stays safe and healthy!

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    1. morgaga says:

      That’s nice to know that there are folks who have a clear vision. Yes, please stay well and happy and healthy too there! šŸ˜€

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      1. Sartenada says:

        Finland and the World around it offers surprises which people do not know. Have you ever known that you could participating in a free reindeer race which is open for everybody? Only in Finland!

        Reindeer race 3

        Stays safe and healthy!


      2. morgaga says:

        Oh that sounds exciting! Sounds like a great activity right now since I’m trapped at home hahaha. Can’t wait to do that if I head to Finland! šŸ™‚ Thanks for that recommendation!

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