By: Kiersten Ehr
Bucket List 101
Everyone should have a bucket list…
But why not make a sports bucket list of all the games/places/events that you want to experience in your life?
Here’s some tips on how to make the most out of your sports dreams. I promise you this will be great motivation to work a little harder to save towards your sports dreams.
Splurge A Little
||Save up/work that extra hour/plan your budget||
||life is short/don’t miss out on having the time/experience of your life/ tip—instead of indulging in materialism indulge in sports||
||your’re worth it people
it’s ok to be selfish once in a while for your favorite sports team or sports dreams/ just tell people “hey this is my life and my sports bucket list.”||
||life is meant to be lived out to the fullest/be that person that inspires others to pursue their sports fans’ dreams||
Find Your Passion
||What teams/events/places do you love?
whether that’s american football/english soccer/basketball/baseball/yankee stadium/lambeau field— pick a destination and sporting event that you have always wanted to experience||
….go experience and live out your dreams!
Invest In Your happiness
||every sports fan knows there is no better feeling than having your team win a huge game— go be with fans at a crazy jam packed stadium and create new memories||
Don’t be that person that regrets not living out their sports dreams…
kiersten’s sports bucket list
- Experience another Green Bay Packer home game again @Lambeau Field
(Cool fact—My dad asked me if I wanted to go to a Packer game while I was writing this blog)
- Tour the Packers Hall of Fame
- Attend another Notre Dame Football game (Visit the campus and Grotto with my granddad)
- Experience an English/European soccer game preferably an English Premier League game (Chelsea F.C.)
- Attend a Super Bowl
- Attend a Spurs playoff game
- Attend another Chicago Cub’s game at Wrigley Field
- Attend the Texas State Football game at Florida State University
- Attend a Wisconsin Badger Football home game
Until the next time,
I’m Kiersten Ehr