More Than a Bucket List: Making Your Dreams, Passions, and Faith a Reality

More Than a Bucket List Making Your Dreams Passions and Faith a Reality Fun ideas of things to do places to see and ways to make a difference Everyone dreams about places to see people to meet and things to do in their lifetime But too often we lose sight of those dre

  • Title: More Than a Bucket List: Making Your Dreams, Passions, and Faith a Reality
  • Author: Toni Birdsong
  • ISBN: 9781400320790
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Fun ideas of things to do, places to see, and ways to make a difference Everyone dreams about places to see, people to meet, and things to do in their lifetime But too often we lose sight of those dreams and get buried in everyday busyness and demands More Than a Bucket List will inspire you to seize and act on a range of dreams anything from visiting the Holy Land, dFun ideas of things to do, places to see, and ways to make a difference Everyone dreams about places to see, people to meet, and things to do in their lifetime But too often we lose sight of those dreams and get buried in everyday busyness and demands More Than a Bucket List will inspire you to seize and act on a range of dreams anything from visiting the Holy Land, donating your time at a soup kitchen, learning to climb a tree, or helping a child learn to read The book also includes ideas to make lasting memories as you marvel at a new sight, laugh like crazy with an old friend, or change a life.The compilation of bucket list items is divided thematically and blended with Scripture and personal stories Pages at the back allow you to write your own bucket list items Are you ready to finish this life well and start checking off items from your bucket list

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    1. "More Than a Bucket List" (ISBN 9781400320790) by Jennifer Barrow is a collection of advises that grandparents give to their grandchildren -- like being positive (the one I always fail).Become a more positive person.It’s not a secret. You've been compared to Eeyore on more than one occasion. The invitations have slowed to a trickle, and the crowd splits like the Red Sea when you walk in the room. Maybe you're just going through a negative phase, or maybe your whining, cynicism, and criticism h [...]

    2. After being in the hospital for nine days in February, I have read a few books this year on fulfilling dreams and making bucket lists. I realized that while I have done so many things, there are many adventures I still want to go on and many of them need to be planned. So when I had the opportunity to review More Than a Bucket List, I was excited because this is exactly the type of book I’ve enjoyed reading this year.This is a smaller book, it’s a square hardcover and looks like a gift book. [...]

    3. This cute little book is a collection of ideas, recommendations, and words of advice about things to put on your “bucket list”, or things to do before you “kick the bucket”. As soon as kids come along, I think its easy to feel like adventures are a thing of the past. I think specifically mothers are prone to feeling tethered to the routine of the daily grind, and they forget that there are still millions of things to do as we each cross things off our bucket lists.I found this book to be [...]

    4. When I first saw the book More Than A Bucket List of Toni Birdsong I was under the impression that it will be somewhat similar to 20,000 Days and Counting, that it will be about a call to action of doing some things that creates greater impact towards the people around you, but more so, that it has the same compelling message of having a sense of urgency. Well, it is somewhat the same thinking about it now, minus the sense of urgency. I like that the book is broken down in little categories or o [...]

    5. Everyone dreams about places to see, people to meet, and things to do in their lifetime. But too often we lose sight of those dreams and get buried in everyday busyness and demands. More Than a Bucket List will inspire you to seize and act on a range of dreams—anything from visiting the Holy Land, donating your time at a soup kitchen, learning to climb a tree, or helping a child learn to read. The book also includes ideas to make lasting memories as you marvel at a new sight, laugh like crazy [...]

    6. I read More than a Bucket List, in exchange for an honest review from BookSneeze. The book was written by Toni Birdsong. The book was published by Thomas Nelson. I chose this book because I have so many dreams, but I am not working hard on making them a reality. The book started off good. The first section discusses laughter. God gave us the power of laughter. Laughter can heal souls. Birdsong encourages us to find friends, clean comedies, and other things, which makes us laugh. Then, the next s [...]

    7. I was hopeful this book would be something I'd hold onto and readily pass along, but it's not. (I'm reviewing the Kindle version, I actually think this book may be better as hardback/paperback . . . at times it seemed unorganized in pattern and layout) The part I LOVED about this book is the "faith based" reading. The few sections that dove deep into Scripture were nuggets I highlighted and found to be powerful. But, the rest was quite disappointing to me. I felt like it was a lot of: "do" this, [...]

    8. The review for today is "More Than A Bucket List" by Toni BirdsongEvery one is familiar with the term Bucket List. On there you place things you want to do in life before you die. This little book is just that. It mentions out of the mind amazing things to try to things you can do in your own own. This is good for I honest wondering how in heck did the author expect us to pay for some of the suggestions listed.But it is not about following a list that someone has placed in a book. Anyone can do [...]

    9. More Than a Bucket List is a short read but very inspirational. Barrow took the Bucket List to a whole another level. Everyone has heard of the Bucket List….a listing of things that you want to do before you transition into the afterlife. However this list is a way to really look at what’s on your list and what you may want to put on your list.I personally do not have a bucket list because I never really got the whole purpose behind it. This book was written in a way that showed me how a Buc [...]

    10. Wow. I really enjoyed this read, and garnered fabulous treasures among More Than A Bucket List. So many of the topics sparked a fire under my bum to do what is right, what is good, and what is--ultimately--fulfilling.This book doesn't champion an unreasonable to-do-before-you-die-list, but everyday gestures, outlooks and attitudes that will not only enrich the reader's life, but others he or she comes in contact with. There are short excerpts sharing a shining moment or a scenario in which the r [...]

    11. This is a fun inspirational book of interesting ideas for things to do for yourself and others. It is part lists and part inspirational stories with Bible verses and real life challenges. I enjoy reading bits and pieces of it each day. It includes sections titled "Live an Adventure", Go beyond the 'Burbs", "Love Your Community", and "Live Your Dreams". Some of the suggestions in "Live with compassion" include "Help a young person jump-start their career.", and "Set aside one afternoon a month to [...]

    12. Right up front, I have to tell you that I'm an atheist. And I found this book incredibly helpful in developing my bucket list. I just skipped the overtly religious sections. There's a lot of other content in here that would be helpful to everyone, things about travel and relationships and self-improvement. I added many items to the list based on reading the book, which is the best praise I can give it. Recommended.

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