4 Bucket List Ideas for 2022


After the chaos and uncertainty of the last couple of years, many of us are only now beginning to catch up on the experiences we’ve missed. Whilst many of us are still simply looking forward to catching up on time missed with loved ones, there are a great number who are wanting more from 2022 to make up for lost time. And with the first month of the year down, and 2022 in full swing, there’s no reason to stop making New Year’s Resolutions! In this post I'm going to share four bucket list ideas that could help you do just that.

Go to a Music Festival

If you’ve never been to a music festival before, you’re definitely missing out. While music festivals have largely been on hold the last couple of years, gig-goers are finally getting the chance to enjoy live music in person once again - so if you’ve always want to go, now’s your time! And there’s a fantastically diverse range of festivals out there for lovers of just about every genre. From Black Deer Festival in Kent, celebrating country and Americana, to Llandudno Jazz Festival, the perfect event is out there no matter what you’re into! Make sure to check out this festival checklist so you know you've got everything you need.

Take up a New Hobby

Ever wanted to become a master baker, learn to knit or pick up the guitar? No matter that secret skill you’ve always wanted to learn, there’s no better time in history to teach yourself. With the internet you can learn the ropes of just about anything online, and you can find some great tutorials for free, whether you’re an absolute beginner or an intermediate looking to brush up and improve. Meanwhile online education platforms such as Masterclass offer slightly more advanced courses for those looking to specialise even further.

But remember, you don’t have to be great at everything you try your hand at - what matters most is that you enjoy it!


If you’ve ever wanted to make a difference in the world, there are plenty of volunteer opportunities out there. Check out local community efforts to find out how you can help close to home. Many cities have hubs for volunteers to assist with homeless or elderly individuals, as well as community clean-ups or youth projects.

Alternatively, if you’re looking for a truly unique volunteer experience, you could consider international opportunities working on global environmental issues. Conservation Travel Africa conduct conservation projects in Africa, working alongside expert conservationists to protect endangered species.

Find your Dream Job

Working out what you want to do for a career is hard. But your next role doesn’t have to be a commitment for life (it just has to be something that makes the working day that little bit easier). Play to your strengths, brush up your CV and don’t be afraid to push the boundaries of your comfort zone and try something new.You could even combine this goal with your new hobby/skill goal, as you might find your new skill becomes your passion! 

These are just four ideas for your 2022 bucket list, but I know there are so many others you could add. What are your plans for 2022?

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