Hey there! It’s officially summer! Woop woop woop!
Time to break out the Slip’N’Slide and fire up the grill. Well, I don’t have either of those, but I do have a stack of books to be read and a puppy that needs to go to the beach, so I’m all set.
But before we dive into summer, I want to do a quick recap of my spring bucket list goals.
My Spring 2013 Bucket List
- Personal: Read 3 books for fun (hard copy or audio). Status: Done. The second book I read was Steal Like an Artist, which was a a birthday gift from a friend. I also read 3 or 4 ebooks, which totally count as 1 print book. Looking forward to having more reading time when my new intern starts.
- Family: Spend at least 10 minutes of quality time with Chris every morning. Status: Yep! It’s the perfect way to reconnect in the morning before our days get hectic. Skyla likes to cuddle on the couch with us too.
- Spiritual: Attend temple services at least twice a month. Status: Nope, not gonna lie. I love the energy of meditating in a room full of people, but it just hasn’t happened in a while. On the plus side, I’ve been consistently meditating alone at home every morning. I also like Calm.com’s 2-minute guided meditation. The visuals are so beautiful!
- Health and Fitness: Fit back into my pink Boden jeans. Status: OK, let’s get real. I can’t fit into the jeans in question. My business went through a growth spurt in the last month, so my visits to the gym have been few and far between. BUT, I am rockin’ some strawberry pink jeans from Ann Taylor Loft that look pretty snazzy despite being 2 sizes larger. And maybe that was the whole point of this bucket list—to have fun and know when my goals need adjusting.
- Career: Take Sundays off from business work. Status: I changed my mind! After examining what we like to do on the weekends, Chris and I decided that it makes more sense for me to take Saturdays off instead. There are more places open, and it’s a nice way to decompress after a long week.
- Financial: Pay off my credit card. Status: Done. Now working on some bigger savings goals.
I’ll be choosing some new summer bucket list goals soon.
What was on your spring bucket list?
What are you looking forward to trying this summer?