I started out just writing some of our to-do’s on a scrap piece of paper. I then progressed to divide the paper in four’s because our summer bucket list is a mix of fun, house, family and other things. It helps to break it up to make sure that not everything on the list is work (although we are working on a lot of house renovations so it is still house – work heavy). Visualizing it also helps to see how realistic our goals might be, especially given the short summer around here. It’s a dynamic list and I am sure we will add to it over the summer, but I love that we have something to refer back to and get inspired by.
It always seems like when you have time to do a fun activity you can’t think of what to do, yet you always think of things to do when you’re busy. If you make a list or idea bank of things you’d like to see or explore then you can refer back on those lazy summer days!
Looking for things to add to your list in the Saskatoon area? Check out this blog post: Family Friendly Activities in the Saskatoon & Surrounding Area.
If you’re in the Smithers or Northern BC area, click these links for a few fun ideas:
- Exploring Prince Rupert with Kids
- Shoe House, Kitseguecla Loop Road
- 7 Family Friendly Things to do in Smithers
Are you going to unplug while you enjoy any of your favourite summer activities? Last week I shared some tips on unplugging! Check them out here!
Are you going to make a Summer Bucket List? If you use this template make sure to let me know! @sewbrightcreations
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Thank you so much! xo Jackie
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