21-year-old Napervillian Matt Bray has a bucket list. He’s young, healthy and still has a bucket list.
“A lot of people look at bucket lists as goals for when you’re about to die but really bucket lists are just your life goals you want to accomplish things that you really want to do,” Matt says. “So that’s what I do. I just put down anything I’ve always wanted to do, anything I really want to try and I just go for it.”
Sure he’s done the proverbial sky diving and cliff jumping, but that’s the tip of the iceberg.
All of his 40 list items already accomplished are on video and on his YouTube page.
He’s also given back. He’s donated blood and nearly $400 in Toys for Tots.
Matt’s Project One Life is close to 200 items long and constantly in flux. But something he hopes to continue doing as long as possible.
Check out his YouTube video in the player below about his experience with WGN and checking “Be on TV” off of his bucket list.