In 2008, after his marriage fell apart, a heartbroken Ian Usher auctioned off his whole life on eBay.
????For $305,000, he sold his car, his motorFake ray bans bike and his house -- with everything in it. "I have had enough of my life! I don't want it anymore," Usher, who was living in Perth, Australia at the time, wrote in the auction description.
????Packing up a few possessions, Usher -- who is originally from Darlington, England -- decided he would make a fresh start, traveling the world armed with nothing but his passport and abucketlist of 100 goals, WA Today reports.
????Four years on, Usher has much to replica ray ban sunglasses smile about. The man who quite literallybid his old life adieu has found a new one -- complete with a new love and his very own Caribbean island.
????Setting himself the task of achieving 100 goals in 100 weeks, the 48-year-old former jet-ski instructor has (almost) done it all, the Press Association reports. He's run with bulls, dived with great white sharks, learned to fly and even joined the Mile High Club.
???"It has been the most incredible adventure -- exactly what I was after," Usher told WA Today. Traveling to dozens of countries around the fake ray ban wayfarer world, the Briton -- who accomplished 93 of the 100 goals -- also learned French, visited Mount Everest and played a bit role in a Hollywood movie.