Our Warm Weather Bucket List + a Printable!

Sunny days are ahead, can you feel it? Print your own warm weather bucket list right here, and dream big as you fill it out!

Lucy’s craft room makeover

In the spirit of staying positive, Scott and I decided we needed a warm weather bucket list to keep our eyes on sunnier days ahead. They’re just around the corner (I say, every day, ha!), and if I close my eyes, I can feel it. I’m hopeful. It won’t be long now – I say, as I pull on a sweater and boots. Chicago, what’s going on with this weather?

Our friend Kalli designed this sweet printable for us and you (snag it at the bottom of this post!), and we’ve been jotting down all the things we can do together to make the most of warm weather season, whether we’re quarantining or able to squeeze our friends and family tight for the first time in way, way too long. Here’s hoping!

Tandem rides on our bicycle built for two three! Teaching CC a new trick. (We’ll sure try!) Master our at-home margarita recipe. Build sand castles on the shore of Lake Michigan. Enjoy a picnic on the grassy boulevards, just a hop and a skip from our front door. Mail a card to Grandma. Have a nature hike. Make s’mores!

island | S+P grinders | utensil holder (all white) | vintage planter (similar)

Our bucket list has a prominent spot on our refrigerator door, a daily reminder to make things happen. Nothing you write down is too large or too small if it makes your heart sing. Click right here or on the image below to print and fill out your own!

What’s on your warm weather bucket list? Share in the comments below, if you’d like, because we could all use a smile, something to look forward to.

PS: A huge thank you to my girl Kalli for creating the sweetest bucket list for us all!

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  • linds5.8.20 - 1:02 PM

    If you go to Starved Rock, check out Mattheissen State Park which is a few miles down the road, usually less crowded in the mornings, and is absolutely gorgeous. It’s a drop in canyon (with stairs) that the babe would love to explore, a few waterfalls, etc. Wear water shoes or sandals, but well worth it! Fave spot to hike downstate. -a downstate hiker XDReplyCancel


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