UPDATE: Looking for more bucket lists? Find all of my printable ones (with blank copies!) RIGHT HERE.
It’s that time of the year! Yesterday on Facebook, I shared one of my past Fall ‘To-Do’ lists and thought I’d share my new one a bit earlier than I have in the past. I usually leave it until I see the leaves turning and realize I’m going to miss my favourite season. But this year- I’m going to make the most of it! We have a crazy fall- we always do, it’s the time of birthdays in our family and then as Canadians, Thanksgiving is smack dab in the middle of October which means lots of family visits! They’re all awesome, good things… but it can get nuts and if we don’t plan to take time away to do things we enjoy, we miss it.
So here’s my list for the year… and be warned, it’s nothing ambitious. These are all things that I love to do (and probably would do a few without having them listed) but I’d rather cross everything off my list and feel like I had a well-enjoyed season than have fun things I probably won’t be able to pull off. We all need some feel-good goals sometimes, right?
I’ve made this autumn to-do list into a printable as well- if you want to snag it in PDF just click here and you’ll get both my list and a blank one that’s all pretty but with NO to-do’s listed… you get to add in your own! And since I couldn’t stop there, I decided to make another colour combo (think green and golds) for my email list. If you subscribe in the next week, you’ll see it land in your inbox!
Visit the Farmers Market / Fly a Kite / Decorate for Autumn / Play in the Fall Leaves / Pumpkin Pancakes / Corn Maze / Take a Long Bath / Bundle up for a Walk / Send Some Snail Mail / Fall Baking / Host a Dinner Party / Make a New Soup / Hunker Down for a Movie Marathon / Trick or Treat / Fall Photo Session
Then… tell me! What’s on your list that I should probably add to mine. I’ve already thought of a few I missed on here. Like visit the pumpkin patch then decorate pumpkins (how did I forget that one!?) and host a craft night to get a jump on Christmas gifting. They’ll be written messily in pen beside this neat list, if you’re wondering.
You can grab my list from last year or the year below using the buttons below: