New York, NY (PRWEB) July 24, 2006
eLIFELIST.com, a community website geared towards acknowledging and fulfilling members' life goals, has been on the internet for barely a month and is receiving great reviews from its growing online community.
Essentially, eLIFELIST.com helps members create what is called a Lifelist, meaning the list of goals someone wants to achieve in their lifetime. The founders of the site feel that a Lifelist is something every person has whether they are aware of it or not.
Items on a Lifelist can include a wide range of goals; anything from places to travel, food to eat, events to see, mountains to climb, experiences, financial goals, and personal goals. A Lifelist can encompass anything someone wants to achieve in their lifetime, and is unique to every person.
eLIFELIST.com is designed to give members ideas to help in creating their Lifelist, as well as an online community that functions to provide support and encouragement in fulfilling their lists.
eLIFELIST.com is a free service, and joining the site is quite simple.
Some of the features eLIFELIST.com provides is the ability to create and edit a Lifelist, create sub lists, upload photos and videos, keep running comments/journals on a list item, create a blog, browse other members' lists, photos, and videos, send messages between members, post comments on other members' list items, post and read forums, and invite friends. Members also have the option to keep their list and/or specific list items private, so no one else can view them.
eLIFELIST.com also has a video section where the site’s founders Brent Thomas and Lee Briggs, both graduates of Wake Forest University, are documenting certain items on their lists as they check them off. One in particular is a video of them attempting to each eat a giant 2 pound burger at Denny's Beer Barrel Pub, a famous burger stop in Pennsylvania.