Creating a Wish List: How to Make a Life-Changing Transformation

If you're in the preparation stage and ready to take action, it's time to make a plan and act accordingly. Hope is powerful, and creating a wish list gives people a reason to fuel that spark and anticipate what's to come when the days seem long. But why should you create a wish list? In fact, I used to call it “The List” until I changed it for SEO reasons. If you're still having trouble getting started, consider creating a reverse wish list.

We hope that these tips will help you discover how to start your wish list and get you closer to doing more of the things you want to do in life. I would never have climbed that mountain that day if it hadn't been for creating my wish list and this blog. The best way to begin is to simply write down all the places you'd like to go or see. In a nutshell, the reason you should write a wish list is because there won't be an easier time than now to make a change in your life.

If an entire wish list seems too ambitious or overwhelming, try creating a “12 Things in 12 Months” list instead. It's easy to start listing all of the world's top tourist destinations and call them a wish list, but having a wish list and something to look forward to will keep you excited about life and ready to face tomorrow. Whether you want to create a travel list to go to Spain or prioritize your family and career, it's never too late to start pursuing your dreams and prioritizing your emotional well-being.

Randall Pieroni
Randall Pieroni

Infuriatingly humble tv geek. Subtly charming pop culture aficionado. Proud food lover. General explorer. Evil music aficionado.