I love the idea of a seasonal bucket list.
I have a constant worry that I’m going to run out of time or forget to do the things I want to do, for myself or for our family. I get very caught up in day-to-day life, and I like having a reminder of things I want to do during a particular season – things like berry picking during the summertime, or ice skating during winter. They tend to be activities that require a little money and planning.
I am forever and always trying to come up with new ways to organize my life, thoughts, and planning. Recently, I started jotting down things that I want to make sure are on one of our seasonal bucket lists. I’ve been using the Google Keep app, which is just a clear and visually pleasing means for organizing a bunch of my to-do lists. When I have a seasonal bucket list, it makes me feel calmer – like I’m less likely to forget All The Things.
This year, more than ever, it feels good to make a list of fun things we want to try to make happen during the summertime. This isn’t our full bucket list, but here are a few things I hope we check off this summer:
- Visit our local farmers market.
- Swim lessons.
- The beach.
- The Smithsonians.
- Leakin Park train.
- New York.
- Hammerman Beach (including tire playground)!
- Sandy Point.
- Playground bucket list! (More on this at some point.)
Happy summer, everyone! Cheers to the return to semi-normal.