I cannot believe there is less than one month of spring officially left on the calendar! I’m not ready for it to end. I had a huge spring bucket list and there are still too many things to do this spring. This is usually my favorite season but this year it didn’t warm up in Georgia as early as it usually does and I’ve been so caught up planning our move that I haven’t had a chance to enjoy it. I haven’t done anything with flowers this year, all of my winter clothes are still in my closet, my sandals are still packed away and I haven’t cooked a single seasonal dish. I feel like I’m still trapped in late-winter, it sucks. I told Brandon to expect the most summer-y summer we’ve ever had because I feel like I lost spring this year, haha.
By the time we get to West Virginia, there are only going to be 3 weeks left. I’ll do what I can and despite having a lot of things to do this spring on our to-do list I’m really trying to just focus on making summer plans.
If you (like me) haven’t fully embraced spring this year, see how many of these things you can do before it ends in about 30 days.
Try a new date idea
Practice making floral arrangements
Start your herb garden
Experiment with a new hairstyle
Embrace the gingham trend
Finish your spring cleaning
- 57 Things to toss (or Donate) During Spring Cleaning
- Easy Spring Cleaning Tips to Organize Your Closet
Try a new seasonal mani/pedi
Mix a new cocktail
I hope you’re loving this beautiful season. I’m bummed that I haven’t been able to cross everything off my list of things to do this spring. I regret not being able to love spring like I wanted this year but summer is going to be fabulous.
We are going to be in West Virginia around all of my family which means lot of burgers and bbq’s (veggie, of course). I have some great summer-y things I want to share with you guys in the next couple of months. I have my whole editorial calendar mapped out for about 90 days, haha. 🙂
What are your favorite things to do this spring?
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