When I was a kid, every summer I would sit down and craft a summer fun list of allllllll the fun I wanted to have between Memorial Day and Labor Day (fun fact – it’s about 100 days!). Soccer camp, hikes, swimming, crafts, lemonade stand, watch fireworks, etc.
When I got to college, I’d have a list of travel and fun mixed in with goals and working out for lacrosse season while I had my internships.
Then this summer some of my 12 year old lacrosse girls whom I coach showed me their summer fun lists: sleep under the stars, snorkel, shower outside, temporary tattoos, don’t care about hair, get a banana split… the list goes on.
It was SO cute. And brought me back. To the feeling of freedom and friends and no homework and no “kidsponsibilities” for a whole three months.
I challenge YOU all to write your end of summer bucket list.
What haven’t you done this summer that you know you want to? Take some time to think about it. What did you do as a kid? What did you always want to do? What feelz like summer to you?
Then at the end of the month part 2 of the challenge will be to share and celebrate all your fun!
Happy Summer 2k19 #yolo :p