My 2021 Summer Bucket List

Hey Queens!

I am so excited for summer! Spring is full blown here and it is just getting me into the summer vibes. I thought I’d share with you all today my summer bucket list. I did one last year and completed like 3/4 of it which I was very proud of so this year I am going to try and complete everything! So here is my 2021 Summer Bucket List!

  • have an outdoor picnic
  • bike ride to a coffee shop
  • get my nails done
  • make a flower garden
  • make a sidewalk chalk mural
  • make lots of smoothies
  • paint the clouds
  • play messy twister
  • thrift an outfit
  • go see a movie
  • make bracelets
  • go to a festival
  • take pictures in a field of flowers
  • spend the entire day outside
  • backyard slip-in-slide
  • get up early and watch the sunrise
  • make a summer playlist
  • fly a kite
  • make a summer memory book
  • take a nap in a hammock
  • go blueberry picking
  • go mini-golfing
  • do a color run
  • go to the zoo
  • have a bonfire with friends
  • play beach volleyball
  • take lots of polaroid pictures
  • ride a rollercoaster

That’s all guys! I hope you enjoyed this post! If you have any more ideas for me let me know!

Hope you all have a wonderful rest of your day!

What’s on your summer bucket list? Let me know in the comments!

Love,

Ainsley

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  1. Totally awesome! I’m going to put together my spring bucket list soon, and some of your ideas are fabulous! You totally inspired me at the get-go to put together some bucket lists, so thanks so much lovely!

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  2. Awesome ideas! I don’t make a bucket lists often, but maybe I will this year!
    Hopefully you can do everything on this list because they are all great ideas!
    -Haley
    lifeoffaithbyhap.wordpress.com

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  3. Oh, I really like all the ideas.😊 Reading this kind of inspired me to do kind of the opposite of a bucket list this summer. Because for some what reason they never work for me. πŸ˜… Maybe instead of reading thing I want to do, and then feeling bad when I don’t get them done, I could, at the end of summer, write down all the fun things I did do. That way I’ll feel more accomplished and it might help me appreciate the good times more.

    Either way, great post.

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