If you follow us on social media, you know that we are a loud and outgoing couple who are always looking for the next adventure.

I think it’s extremely important for couples to dream together and create goals for their future. It helps build security and trust in the marriage. So we have this ever evolving bucket list we created years ago and as we think of things, we just add them to the list. If you’re looking for new adventures with your mate, here is some inspiration for you.

Casey & Meygan’s bucket list!

Plan a trip to Europe for Meygan’s 40th birthday

Have a tech free week

Go to a rodeo in Texas

Walk the Camino De Compostela (google it!)

Take a cooking class at the junior college

Help build a school in Uganda

Sing Karaoke together at a dive bar

Go skinny dipping

Play hide and go seek in Ikea

Live with the Amish for a month

Buy a standard poodle and name her Frenchy

Meet Brene Brown

Write a book on how to have a thriving marriage while parenting

Get on the Price is Right

See a broadway musical in New York City

Learn how to play golf

Go on an African safari

Stay at an all inclusive resort with a swim up bar


So what’s on your bucket list?




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16 thoughts

  • Emma

    I love the first item on the list. Talking in accents is one thing that not only cheers me up but my husband and I always end up laughing. He has a tendency to flow from one accent to the next and it is great. I really like the idea of creating a bucket list together. I know what we are doing this weekend!

  • Jamie

    A bucket list is a great idea! My husband and I talk about it, but dont write it down. Some of our ideas…

    Visit Rio de Janerio
    Read the bible (front to back) together
    Watch the Superbowl in person
    Meet the President
    Go to the Kentucky Derby, wear a crazy hat and drink a mint julep

  • Brian Christensen

    2 of my 5 children have had bucket list…..told em about the most famous bucket listers….John Goddard ….a long time ago. My daughters includes some unusual ones…”Break or sprain a leg” and along list of ‘not for the faint of heart’.

  • Sarah

    Swim with dolphins
    Vacation to Bora Bora and stay in a hut on the water
    Stay a weekend in a fancy hotel with no technology
    Build a treehouse
    Star gaze in the bed of the truck

  • Ron McCall

    Having done some of the items on our unofficial Bucket List, here is what I have:
    European Vacation (Germany, Norway in 2014)
    Alaska cruise (Planning this for our 50th Anniversary)
    Hot Air Balloon ride
    Mediterranean Cruise
    Visit the Holy Land
    Visit the Ground Zero Memorial in NYC, Flight 93 Memorial in Pennsylvania

  • Annette

    Communication is a definite plus! We have weekly meetings to reconnect of how our week went and what we can do better for our marriage! Our bucket list contains all inclusive carribean vacation, taking a photography class, going to at least 6 concerts a year of variety of music

  • Heather

    I love this I personal have never thought about making a bucket list until I seen I could make one with my husband we’ve been together 9 years married going on 7 we have 4 wonderful children starting at 17 mine from a previous relationship then 8, 4, and our peanut almost 5 months we live and small town and we don’t even have a stop light out marriage isn’t where I want it to be I grew up in a broken home so wasn’t sure how the whole marriage thing worked but we are working on it

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