Did you see this Telegraph story about a list of 50 things to do before you die?
Apparently it comes from a - presumably new - study, although the story doesn't provide a link or name any of the researchers.
Anyway, I don't know which I find more depressing - the list itself or the fact that supposedly the average person has only done 8 of the things on it.
Hopefully the list is better worded or explained in the full study write-up - if there actually is one and not just a press release - than in the story, which doesn't bother to list any timescales for items such as "Stop worrying about money".
Have I at any point in my life to date stopped worrying about money? Yes, I think that particular worry has slipped my mind on at least one occasion. The time I banged my head on a cupboard last week for example - does that count?
How about: "Stop worrying what other people think" - does it count when you do this after five pints?
Or there's the ridiculously all-encompassing: "Take up a challenge".
What counts as a challenge? Finishing my cereal when I overestimate my hunger? Getting out of bed on a Monday? Reading this stupid list all the way to the end?
Excuse me while I "Go outside more" (than what?) to "Meet strangers".