Make Your Own Bucket List: How to Design Yours Before You Kick itPaperback
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- Publisher: Adams Media Corporation
- Format: Paperback | 224 pages
- Dimensions: 175mm x 229mm x 18mm | 363g
- Publication date: 26 October 2012
- Publication City/Country: Holbrook, MA
- ISBN 10: 1440536066
- ISBN 13: 9781440536069
- Sales rank: 217,117
Your personalized list of things to do before it's too late Sure, some people dream of seeing the pyramids, owning a Ferrari, and swimming with sharks, but that doesn't mean that you do. Make Your Own Bucket List isn't just someone else's list of exciting activities, interesting people, and wonders of the world. With this book, you will follow your wildest passions, explore unforgettable destinations, and go on adventures you've never imagined - all on your own terms. By answering the 200 entertaining prompts, you will come up with personalized options for where to visit, what to do, who to see, and, most important, what risky stunts to pull before you bite the big one. When you die might not be left up to you, but with Make Your Own Bucket List, what you do beforehand will be.
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Andrew Gall is an author and advertising copywriter who has written for Huggies, Corona, Hyatt Hotels, Microsoft, and T-Mobile. In 2010, Adams Media published Gall's first book, Everything Is Better with a Gorilla, to the acclaim of Koko the Sign Language Gorilla, the author of F.U. Penguin, and the general gorilla-loving-reading-public everywhere. He currently lives in Chicago, Illinois. Matt Webb is an art director and graphic designer who has worked on design and advertising campaigns for many major companies, including AirTran Airways, Porsche, Corona, Edward Jones, Coca Cola, Hilton, and Crocs. He currently freelances for advertising agencies and designs websites, furniture, and other products. He currently lives in Chicago, Illinois.