Spring bucketlist: 100 things

spring bucketlist

It is spring!! My favorite season and although it is still pretty cold here, I can’t wait for those warm/sunny days. Last year I noticed that some people even stay in their houses when the weather was so beautiful. Why do you want to stay inside all day long, when the weather is so beautiful? That is why I made this list of 100 things you can do in Spring and you can do the most of them outside. But when it is rainy, you can choose something different of this list, something that you can do inside. This is the spring bucketlist.

 

Spring bucketlist

1. Have picnic on a blanket with a good friend
2. Fly a kite
3. Run a 5K
4. Declutter your closet
5. Plant seeds in your garden
6. Clean your house
7. Make physical prints of the photos you took last year
8. Visit a playground
9. Pick wildflowers
10. Bird watch

spring bucketlist
11. Search for four-leaf clovers
12. Splash in puddles
13. Go geocaching
14. Waterballoon fight
15. Build (or decorate) a bird house
16. Buy cheap easter candy the after after easter
17. Wear a giant flower in your hair
18. Twirl in a field
19. Cut up strawberries to put in your salad
20. Wear a flower in your hair (or make a flower crown)
21. Make icecreams
22. Go for a ride on your bike
23. Find easter eggs in your garden.
24. Climb a tree
25. Go to a music festival
26. Make a list of as many reasons you can think of why you love Spring
27. Watch the sunrise
28. Draw a rainbow
29. Go for a long walk with your dog

spring bucketlist
30. Visit Keukenhof (flower gardens) in the Netherlands
31. Open all the windows in your house
32. Sketch some nature
33. Go kayaking, canoeing, or paddle boating
34. Go to a drive-in movie theater
35. Visit a farmer’s market
36. Dye eggs
37. Tie dye your shirt
38. Just go to a park
39. Make your garden spring-proof
40. Do something drastic to your hair
41. Have a garden tea party
42. Cloud-gaze and find shapes in them with your imagination
43. Visit a Tulip Garden or Botanical Garden
44. So some yoga outside
45. Make your own Spring to do list
46. Read books outside
47. Go to the beach for a long beach walk
48. Go to the zoo
49. Take a hike
50. Pick up litter on the streets to create a clean environment
51. Pet a bunny
52. Wear clashing floral prints
53. Discover a new city by foot
54. Have a bonfire
55. Get yourself a huge floppy hat and even bigger sunglasses
56. Put fresh cut flowers in a vase in your house
57. Paint rocks or make a pet rock
58. Sun yourself in a park or your backyard (but be careful)
59. Go on a Spring Break vacation
60. Buy fresh flowers
61. Send postcards to celebrate Postcard Week the first week of May
62. Go inline-skating
63. Make cookies (on a rainy day)
64. Play Frisbee
65. Visit a flea market
66. Redecorate your room
67. Write a limericks/poems or stories
68. Photoshoot with friends/family
69. Wear candy necklaces (because,why not?)
70. Make a bird feeder
71. Organize a BBQ party
72. Go to food festivals
73. Get a bright fancy pedicure
74. Draw with sidewalk chalk
75. Go camping
76. Paint outside
77. Play football/basketball
78. Museum

spring bucketlist
79. Go to a football/hockey game
80. Photograph flowers
81. Meditate in nature
82. Get a new haircut
83. Take a course
84. Skip stones in a pond, lake, ocean
85. Color run
86. Wash and clean out your car
87. Swim in the ocean
88. Abseiling
89. Hot air balloon ride
90. Attend International Pillow Fight Day on April 2nd
91. Play mini golf
92. Road trip with friends
93. Take lots of pictures and make a memory book
94. Pull off elaborate April Fool’s Day pranks
95. Plan a Summer vacation
96. Make your own tutu
97. Dry some flowers
98. Revel in the longer daylight each day
99. Plant a butterfly bush
100. Wear bunny ears with easter

And ofcourse I am going to do a couple of things of this beautiful and long list. I am not sure which one I am going to do, but I will keep you updated here on my blog. And let me know when you did something of this list.

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