Oh the sweet days of summer. It’s nearly here. School is letting out, the days are getting longer and there is just so much to enjoy during the relaxing days ahead. Summer has always been my favorite season. It’s beach season. The beach makes me happy. Plain and simple.
Occasionally we do leave the beach and like to check a few things off our favorite lists. This year I’m sharing our Summer Bucket List with all of you. I find this may hold me accountable for doing some of these things, especially the news ones for us. Lots of free, frugal, healthy and fun activities for the whole family.
- Make our own ice cream
- Eat fried clams at the Causeway
- Go lobstering with my dad
- Do at least one Free Fun Friday activity
- Make Madison a dress
- Make hamburger buns
- Bake a blueberry pie
- Boozy Popsicles (thank you Tracy @Shutterbean.com)
- Read two books. 50 Shades of anything doesn’t count.
- Evening on the beach with friends
- Hit the Cape Ann Farmer’s Market. Also has the best playground ever.
- Paint with the kids outside
- Find a cute one piece bathing suit
- Breakfast at Sugar Magnolia’s
- Make something with our summer sand dollars.
- Eat more local food
- Spend a weekend offline. Yes…me…really.
- Find a sangria recipe
- Go antiquing with a friend and NO kids.
- Do at least 10 new things on the 100 List of Free activities.
|Love this summer printable from Cooking for My Kids|
Now it’s your turn. What is on your bucket list for the summer?
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I’m sharing this with Sustainable Ways , Summer Fun Linky and Green Your Way.
About Emily Roach
Green Boston mom of three young children. Focused on family nutrition, wholesome recipes, and an eco-friendly lifestyle.