Enjoying The Journey

My Spring Bucket List {2018}

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I love setting aside time at the beginning of the season to plan out my bucket list! I don’t always do this, but I’m always glad I did. Revisiting my goals and word of the year gave me direction and a good reminder that seasonal goals aren’t just about doing what I want! Since my word of the year is GROW, my items are about doing things that will produce growth…whether in my marriage, my personal skills or in my heart as I serve others!

Here are a few things I already have planned for spring or that I’m hoping to accomplish this season!

  • plan a mini vacation around Paul’s work trips
  • take a meal to someone who needs a little comfort food
  • continue healthy eating goals by completing a two-week smoothie plan
  • make another new recipe from the Love Welcome Serve cookbook and try it out on company
  • practice handlettering
  • send Easter care packages to the littles in my family
  • de-clutter my home office
  • spend at least one weekend with my fam in Tennessee
  • refresh the front yard landscaping (obviously this one is basically for Paul, ha!)
  • plan a fun date night (to thank him for doing the yard work) ๐Ÿ™‚

What are you hoping to fit in this spring season?

spring goals 2017

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14 thoughts on “My Spring Bucket List {2018}

  1. Seasonal bucket lists is a good idea! I usually come up with a few things but don’t write them down. My big spring thing is getting the flower garden going. I’ve purchased a bunch of seeds and can’t wait to plant and watch them grow. ๐Ÿ™‚ I usually do zinnias, but I added several others to the lineup. It’s so fun to have the butterflies and bees visit the bright blooms each summer! Love the cotton on your table!! Also hoping to see some relatives we’ve not seen since last summer.

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  2. Im so impressed with your idea of having your seasonal bucket lists composed of items that help facilitate your New Years goals. Keeping your โ€œword of the yearโ€ in mind when making your list gives even more purpose to your bucket list. I like this!!

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  3. My word for this year is “grow” and I must say so far I have done really well. Your list sounds fun and I am sure you will cross everything off your list. Have fun doing so.

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  4. Sounds like a great plan for Spring! I’m hoping to road trip to see family this Spring, too. Our landscaping could also use a refresh after winter, but I’m waiting a bit since we just had more snow today.

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