Bucket List? Top 35 Things You’ll Regret When You’re Old

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35. Being Too Scared

Think of something you are afraid of or hesitant to do. While right now it may seem incredibly daunting, we can guarantee that one day you will look back on it either wondering what you were so scared of in the first place, or regretting not making that move. Whether you’ve been too scared to go on that roller coaster since you were a kid, or you just can’t seem to muster up enough courage to ask the good looking barista for their number after chatting with them for the past 72 mornings… Honestly, just go for it. Psych yourself out with some inspirational words from your friends and family, then go for it. Sounds a little cliche, but what have you got to lose?

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34. Not Taking Advice From Parents

In our more youthful years, parents can be a great source of wisdom. From day one, they’ve had our backs and have our best interests in mind. Open your ears to their advice, so that you can learn from their mistakes and be inspired by their success stories. (Note that “parents” can be any form of parental or guidance figure in your life.) Listen hard to the stories they share and open up to you about, cause there’s probably a little lesson in there that they’re trying to get across to you. Seek out their advice too. If you don’t know the answer to something, or you’re needing a little guidance in making a big decision, don’t forget these people have you covered.

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