Autumn 2012 Bucket List

Since February of this year, I’ve been completing seasonal bucket lists that are made up of items and activities to complete in three month increments. These bucket lists aren’t the big ticket items like, “go sky diving, scuba dive the Great Coral Reef”, and the like. They’re things that I would like to do, but might not if I didn’t hold myself accountable. Todd has been super supportive of this venture, and he suggests items to add to the list that he thinks we’ll have fun doing together.

Here are the activities I have planned for August, September, and October:

Here’s a blank version for you to print out and create your own Autumn Bucket List. Just click the link below the picture to get the pdf.

Autumn 2012 Bucket List blank

Here’s how I did on the Summer 2012 Bucket List (May, June, and July). As you can see, I print the list out, cut down to 8″x10″, put it in a picture frame, and then use a dry erase marker to check of the activities as I complete them.

As you can see, I added visit the Art Museum to the Autumn Bucket List, too. This is one of those items that Todd wanted me to add, and I was happy to do it. As a special treat, we’re going to visit it on our One Year Wedding Anniversary.

I didn’t attend a Buddhist function, either. This is something that I want to do soon. I just need to figure out how to get to the SGI-USA Culture Center in Chicago.

While I didn’t play a round of golf, I did go to the driving range twice. One of those times was even on my own!

What would you add to a seasonal bucket list?
What’s on your “Someday” bucket list?

  1. Shayla

    September 4, 2012 at 9:23 pm

    I love the activities on your bucket list, Amy! You’ve inspired me to start putting mine together for this fall. It’s my favorite time of year and I want to be intentional about the way I spend my free time!

    1. Amy Byrne-Henderson

      September 11, 2012 at 11:35 am

      Shayla: Your Bucket List last year was the inspiration for me to start making seasonal bucket lists!

      I would like fall better if I wasn’t so allergic to trees!

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