BUCKiTDREAM is for those who have a dream and can find a way to ignore those who put down anyone for having such aspirations and lists of things to achieve in life. I’m sure you have all heard of the Bucket List – a detailed list of tasks, travels, dreams and things you simply must achieve before you die? BUCKiTDREAM is just another app where those dreams can be documented, listed and shared with others.
Why would you want to do this? Simple, sharing a dream and telling others of your progress is something that helps the human soul to drive forward with their dreams. So, how can an app help you to develop and fulfil these dreams?
BUCKiTDREAM lets you create the dream, task or thing you want to do. You build your own list, giving each dream a title. The title can be something like, “Travel to Rio de Janeiro”, “Build a New Four-Bedroom Home, “Lose 20 lbs in Weight” or “Save Up to Buy My Daughter Her University Fees When She Reaches 17” and things like that.
Then you can add detailed descriptions, locations (if necessary) and goal dates. The goal dates counts down the time until you should have achieved that dream. Tags can also be applied so that friends or family members can be involved in certain tasks.
Sharing Is the Way Forward
If a dream has to be fulfilled, it will become much easier to complete if you share that task. A dream shared gives outsiders and others knowledge of your goal and hopefully the incentive for you to fulfil that dream.
Dreams and goals don’t have to be massive, they can be small achievements like going to a Sunday morning football match to watch your son play, attend a Zumba class at your local gym or watch that four-hour long DVD of a blockbuster film your sister got you last Christmas.
Dreams are meant to be shared but not all should be. We will all have private dreams that we do NOT want to share with others. This is why BUCKiTDREAM has privacy settings on each task or dream. These can be set to just you or just you and family/ selected members only.
If there is one thing this app does that writing down a bucket list on a piece of paper does not, it’s there to encourage, spur on and aid you to completion.