In his blog today, Chris Guillebeau challenges his readers to list 100 dreams: “a completely unedited list of anything you might want to do or have more of in life. It’s like a bucket list, but most people don’t get all the way to 100 when creating a bucket list. The point is to really think about what you might like.”
Changing things up a bit, tempering it for my own topic(s): in a world which is powering down, which needfully must powerdown and de-carbonize, what are your 100 dreams? What might you want to do, or have more of in a powerdown life?
Here are a few questions to help you get started …
Food: What local foods do you absolutely love that you could eat more of? What local food resources have you always “intended to” try?
Terroir: What does your local community offer that you, personally, have never yet explored? How many local native plants can you recognize? Birds?
Transport: Which local bike paths, or walking paths call to you?
Learning & Growth: Within the world of Transition, what do you wish you knew more about? Are there any workshops you’ve always yearned to take?
Gifting: If you were to wholeheartedly hop into the gift economy, what would thrill you to do or give?
Service: What ways might you find fun and fulfilling to serve others, and serve the greater good?