Updated: Mar 21, 2022
Has someone ever asked you what your hobby is and you didn't know the answer?
Have you ever looked at someone else and wished you could be born with their talent?
How about this, have you ever wondered what your passion is?
You are not alone! This used to be me!
In this post I am going to talk about how to discover your talents, find new hobbies, discover the thing (or things) that you're passionate about, and how to stay excited about them.
And if you are sitting there thinking, "Cortney, I don't have any talents," I'm going to stop you right there! Everyone on this green Earth has talent. It's just a matter of uncovering it!
This will be a post with a little motivation, a little goal-setting, and a lot of creative inspiration. Are you ready to find a hobby that sets your soul on fire? Here is what we will be talking about today:
What You Need To Know Before You Make Your Creative Bucket List
What A Creative Bucket List Is And What It Isn't
How To Make Your Own List
How To Actually Work Towards These Accomplishments And Stay Excited
Bucket List Ideas
What You Need To Know Before You Make A Creative Bucket List:
You will not love everything you try and your list will not be set in stone. The purpose of making this list is to discover what you do like to do, so it is natural that you might find a lot of things you don't like to do along the way. Your ideas will change and as you go and that is okay. You will grow and learn more about yourself and your list will evolve as you do.
You will not be good at something on your first try. Did you make it through school without missing a single test question? Did you make it through all the levels of a video game without having to start over? Do you think The Mona Lisa was Leonardo da Vinci's first painting he ever tried? Do you see where I'm going with this? The point of trying new things is to discover what you like to do, not what you are immediately good at.
This should be a fun process. Yes, you might get frustrated with some of these bucket list items. Some things might be a complete disaster, but your attitude toward this should be light and fun. A failure is something to be celebrated and when you are struggling, it means you are growing. Attack this list with happiness in your heart and a desire to learn and you can't go wrong.
Know Your Why. Go deep with this. Be honest with yourself and ask yourself "Why do I want to make this list?" It's okay to have many reasons you want to find your talents and hobbies. I've found most of the reasons I started a list, revolve around my own self worth and how I view myself. I also get a small high from checklists. . . So, think for a minute, what's the reason you're reading this post right now? Keep that reason in your heart as you tackle each item on your creative bucket list.
What A Creative Bucket List Is And What It Isn't:
What It Is:
It is a list of things that you want to do, try, and learn.
It consists of attainable, concrete goals or accomplis