2020 Summer Bucket List: Quarantine Edition

The first day of summer arrived on Saturday, and even if you don\’t technically have a summer break like you did when you were a child, there is still the feeling of carefreeness during the summer months. I don\’t know about you, but every year I make a list of things that I want to do and I do it all. 
2020 may be drastically different than any of us ever expected. In January I created this elaborate summer bucket list that was filled with things like ziplining, sky diving, and even a cross country road trip. I was disappointed that my summer bucket list was completely destroyed. However, if you can\’t learn to adapt to change you\’re not going to ever enjoy anything. That\’s why this weekend I completely rewrote my summer bucket list quarantine edition. The list still gives me 17 things that I can look forward to doing.

So grab your summer sundresses, throw on some SPF, and get ready to check items off of the 2020 Summer Bucket List Quarantine Edition to help you live your best summer ever. I will be posting updates every Friday in my \”Five Things\” post to let you know how I am doing with the summer list.

2020 Summer Bucket List

1. Learn to kayak
2. Build a sandcastle
3. Take a road trip up north
4. Hike a new trail
5. Have a picnic
6. Give fishing a try
7. Pick strawberries in the country
8. Adventure out on a standup paddle board
9. Visit a zoo
10. Go camping
11. Tube down a lazy river
12. Enjoy a bonfire on the beach
13. Fly a kite
14. Watch a sunrise 
15. Make homemade lemonade
16. Chase sunsets
17. Watch a movie at a drive-in

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