Wow – Summer is right around the corner! My head is full of some many ideas of things I want to do. This year I’ve used my bullet journal to create my summer bucket list. This is going to be my second summer living on the Island so I really want to try to see and do lots of things that I wasn’t able to last year!
There is so much to do here outdoors and I have so many ideas of places I want to go. I’m blessed that I have the ocean, forests, mountains, and a city close by. There really is no shortage of places to go or things to do!
What is your town known for in the summer? Let me know below in the comments!
Bullet Journal Summer Bucket List
Some of the ideas I included in my bullet journal summer bucket list are things like going camping, or taking a day hike. So many hikes exist here that lead to waterfalls or swimming holes – I can’t believe I haven’t checked one out yet! If you’re into camping at all be sure to check out how I plan for camping trips in my bullet journal.
Can I just say how much I love the turtle washi?! I bought it from Michaels, but you can find the same package from Amazon here. I normally find it hard to use these bright patterned tapes but when you’re talking about summer you can’t have to many colours!
Some other things I put on my bucket list include going for a road trip, watching fireworks on Canada day, and reading a new novel. I just read this amazing book called Let Me Lie by Clare Mackintosh and it was AMAZING. If you’re into suspense/thrillers I’d suggest it. I really want to get back into reading, my to-read list is too long!
What are you including on your summer bucket list?
Supplies I Used to Create My Bullet Journal Summer Bucket List!
Are you interested in recreating this spread for yourself? Take a look at what I used to make it:
- Leuchtturm Dotted Journal (A5)
- Staedtler Triplus Fineliner (Yellow + Black)
- Recollections Washi Tape
- Tombow Dual Brush Pen (761)
I’d love to see what your bucket list spreads look like! Tag me in your photos on instagram!
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