Keep It Together: 2021 Spring Bucket List

Posted March 18, 2021 by shooting in Planning / 32 Comments

It’s the third Thursday of the month and that means Keep It Together – the monthly planning, memory keeping linkup with myself, Alexandra, and Rebecca Jo.

For this month’s Keep It Together, I thought I’d share my Spring Bucket List. I didn’t do a Winter one, but I’m hoping to have a bit of a better Spring.

2021 Spring Bucket List

  1. Have a picnic in the park (any park!)
  2. Go to the drive-in movie theater
  3. Visit the Root Beer Stand
  4. Do at least one Spring-ish craft
  5. Dance in my recital
  6. Go to an outdoor craft show
  7. Use my ice cream maker
  8. Watch a new-to-me show on Netflix
  9. Send some little gifts to faraway friends
  10. Go to Trader Joe’s (believe it or not, I’ve never been!)
  11. (Finally) Read: Beach Read by Emily Henry
  12. Buy and read at least 2 books that came out in 2021
What’s on your Spring Bucket List this year? Do we have anything in common? I’ll be linking up with Leslie on Sunday for her Spring bucket list link up!

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32 responses to “Keep It Together: 2021 Spring Bucket List

  1. It’s great to see that you are having a recital. Yeah! We didn’t have drive ins in my area until COVID. Now they do these pop-up drive-in movies. I have been to a read one though, when I was a teen in PA.

  2. Love your list! A root beer stand sounds like lots of fun! I have Beach Read on my list, I need to get to it. We might be the only two who haven’t ready it yet lol.

  3. These all sound great! I have never tried root beer, I’ll maybe brave it the next time I’m in the States. I always see root beer floats on menus.

    I’d love to visit Trader Joes, we don’t have them over here but I keep seeing these amazing posts on buzzfeed singing their praises.

  4. Oh root beer stand! Gah there’s a place in my hometown that has the best chili dogs and root beer. Now I want one! ha And I love drive-ins! There are so few left anymore, at least around here.

    It’s nice to get back to the parks too.

    Hope your spring gets off to an amazing start!

  5. A picnic in the park sounds so lovely!!! I probably haven’t had a picnic in over a year. I used to surprise my family or husband with one a few times a year. Netflix has so many good shows! Oh, I love Trader Joe’s! I used to go every other week, but I haven’t been there in over a month lately.


  6. Beach Read was great fun. I expected it to be fluff but it wasn’t just a rom com. It had some sustenance to it. Hope you will like it, too.
    Yay for picnics and drive-in movies and visits to the Root Beer stand. Get your behind in Trader Joes!! I love it. But maybe just because we don’t have one and it is always a treat to shop there.
    Has your public library reopened for crafts? I always enjoyed seeing what you gals made. We have drive by book pick up here but nothing more.
    Hope to heavens your mom or sister capture lots of photos of you in your recital!!! How inspirational you are.

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  7. Joanne

    I always forget about our ice cream maker! It does make yummy ice cream though. We love picnics in the park; especially with friends. We have a few planned if the weather holds out.

  8. I love your list, Lauren. It feels like spring…going to a root beer stand, making ice cream, reading Beach Read. I also love that you included sending small gifts to far-away friends. I’m sure that will make their days and yours. Happy spring!

  9. […] Seeing: a movie in an actual theater – hopefully. My birthday is on May 30, and one way that I’d love to celebrate is to actually see a movie in theaters. I haven’t been to a movie theater since March 2020 when a friend and I saw Onward. I’m thinking it might be fun to see Cruella (which comes out May 28), but we’ll see. I’ll even take seeing a movie at the drive-in theater (that one is actually something I need to cross off my Spring bucket list).  […]

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