Spring Bucket List

Although I am definitely the kind of person who loves to plan things out, I typically don’t create bucket lists for things that I want to get done.  The first time I actually did one was this past Fall, and honestly, it was really great.  It wasn’t something that I went and looked at everyday by any means, but I think that by just typing up a list and putting it out there, it kind of sat in my subconscious and was a little reminder to me to go out and carpe diem!

So, I decided to get one going for Spring.  I know that it isn’t officially Spring just yet, but it’s definitely starting to feel like Spring around here.  So I figured, why not get an early start?  The early bird gets the worm, right?!?

  • Spend more time outside enjoying the Spring blooms (already been doing this one)
  • Make Irish Brown Bread for St. Patrick’s Day (completed in June)
  • Attend the Mariachi Festival (completed on March 13)
  • Celebrate St. Joseph’s Day with the Feast at our Church (completed on March 13)
  • Go on a Spring Break Trip (went to Florida with my family)
  • Have an Egg Fight as part of our Easter Tradition (completed March 26th)
  • Grow tomatoes from the seeds that I brought back from Italy (just started them, and I’m already seeing a little bit of green!)
  • Have a Picnic (completed in Yellowstone)
  • Fly a Kite
  • Play with Bubbles (completed in Yellowstone)
  • Have a Spring Cleaning Day (completed on March 7)
  • Recreate a scene from Singin’ in the Rain during our next rain shower (completed on March 26 during a rain storm in Florida)
  • Enjoy more Sunsets with the hubby
  • Go Fruit Picking (did a little on March 17 – moonlit nespoli picking)
  • Drive out to the Desert to see the Wildflowers (not completed, but unfortunately missed the window of peak flowers this year)
  • Plan a “shop till we drop” day to get ready for all of our traveling (completed on March 11)
  • Go play Bocce and enjoy some Fried Chicken at the Crack Shack (completed in Palm Springs)
  • Haul our Beach Cruisers over to Coronado for the Low Tide Ride & Stride
  • Experience a Grunion Run (somewhat completed – randomly say a Grunion on the beach during an early morning run)
  • Go out for Taco Tuesday at this famous eatery and then enjoy a beach walk

Do you have any fun plans for Spring?  Just thinking about the change of season gets me so excited!  I can’t wait to get out there and chip away at my list!

17 Replies to “Spring Bucket List”

  1. Such a good idea! After a long winter of hibernating, I should do this to get out and do things haha :)

    Enclothed Cognition/Bloglovin

    1. Thanks Keri, yes, definitely make a list too!

  2. Great post doll, love the pics!

    Alice Cerea,
    babywhatsup.com

    1. Thanks Alice!

  3. Some really good ideas on this list like Bocce and flying a kite!
    http://www.footnotesandfinds.com/

    1. Thanks so much!

  4. What a great bucket list. I’ve read that people who write a to-do list are 90% more successful at getting it done than people who don’t!! xx-Shan http://www.gaminestripes.com

    1. That really made my day, thanks Shannon! Hopefully I will be able to accomplish everything!

  5. Woo hoo spring break. Do you have anything planned? :]

    // ▲ itsCarmen.com ▲

    1. Hey Carmen – yeah, I can’t wait to get away! Sunshine here I come!

  6. Great idea! I might have to make one of these as well – I feel like it’s a good idea to put it on the blog, it makes you feel like you need to stick to it. Can’t wait to hear how the tomatoes go!

    1. Thanks so much for stopping by Whitney!

  7. Great list! Getting out and enjoying the spring weather is definitely on my list too!
    http://niknikstyle.com/

    1. Glad you enjoyed it Nikki!

  8. fruit picking is a great idea!

    xo,

    http://www.sahara-desert.com

    1. Thanks Sahara!

  9. Such a cool list! Looks like you’ve already got a few of them done. I love flying kites! One time me and my dad flew our kite onto my neighbors roof. No harm, no foul. Haha ;)

    Blessings,
    Edye // Gracefulcoffee

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