Summer Bucket List

Jun 10, 2018 | End of the Year, Guest Posts, June/July, Summer | 0 comments

Summer break is a great time to try some things that we don’t have time to do during the school year. I created a summer bucket list that is perfect for teachers – it includes a combination of relaxing, fun, and productive activities. The perfect balance for any teacher! What are your summer plans?

Summer is just around the corner and I know that I am beyond excited to cross some items off of my summer bucket list!  I try to relax as much as possible, have a ton of fun, and be somewhat productive during my two months away from school and kiddos.  I think it is important to turn our teacher brain off for a bit and enjoy time off!  Here is what I have on my summer bucket list!

Summer Bucket List

Relaxation:

-Read a book, a real adult-just-for-fun-no-thinking-involved book

-Spend a day, or many wonderful days, hanging out by the pool

-Take a bubble bath

-Watch the sunrise

-Watch the sunset

-Stroll around a new park

-Spend a day browsing through books in the bookstore

-Stay in bed until 10am or later one day (Do you all have a hard time sleeping in?!)

-Stargaze

-Get a mani and pedi

 

Fun:

-Visit a theme park with adult friends and act like kids for the day

-Try something new – I am thinking paddle boarding or yoga

-Go on a hike and explore a new area

Summer break is a great time to try some things that we don’t have time to do during the school year. I created a summer bucket list that is perfect for teachers – it includes a combination of relaxing, fun, and productive activities. The perfect balance for any teacher! What are your summer plans?

-Complete a DIY project

-Visit a local restaurant that I’ve never been to before

-Have breakfast for dinner

-Movie marathon with some homemade cookies

-Jump off the dock at the lake

-Find a new recipe to try

 

Productivity:

-Organize my closets

-Clean out the cabinets

-Clean the windows – inside and out

-Collect a bag, or two or three, of items to donate

-Vacuum out the car

-Get to school and clean out a closet

-Create a yearly pacing guide

-Print and laminate a few items for school – let’s be real, it is REALLY hard not to do school stuff at all during the summer

So tell me…what is on your summer bucket list?

Summer break is a great time to try some things that we don’t have time to do during the school year. I created a summer bucket list that is perfect for teachers – it includes a combination of relaxing, fun, and productive activities. The perfect balance for any teacher! What are your summer plans?

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