I have always been a fan of lists. The past year, I have become an even bigger fan of bucket lists. I have found in my own life that once something gets written down, it materializes. By taking the first steps in writing it down, I am acknowledging it and process begins of it manifesting.
I also love Bucket Lists because they keep us moving forward. I use to have a huge bucket list. Then by the age of 30 I had done everything on it. (It wasn’t a boring a list either)! Now I like a little short term bucket lists. Mostly because time seems to slip by so quickly while we’re living, working, and creating. As a result, I’ve decided to make a Summer Bucket List. This is a creative way to accomplish a few things that have been on my mind. Some are alone, and some are with my kiddo.
Go make your own list!
My Summer Bucket List
Go Play at the City Museum in St. Louis
Teach my son to fish
Camping trip with camp fire dinner
Finish the abstract landscape series I have been playing with
Get my toes in some sand on a beach