Erin is a mom of two and has been with Today’s Mama for seven years. She is charged with finding and sharing all of the wonderful things the web has to offer. She is particularly fond of sweet treats, photography, printables, and funny things. She writes about losing weight in her Healthy Living for Mom series, and is chronicling her attempt to master her DSLR camera with her new series, Big Girl Camera.

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Printable Summer Bucket List

Last week our staff shared their summertime to-do’s:

My totally do-able summer bucket list.

Shannon’s delicious-sounding and vacation-y summer bucket list.

Amy’s Close to Home Summer Bucket List

Carina’s All-American Hot Summer Bucket List with, count ‘em, 60 ideas

Erica’s Summer Fun Bucket List

Get a little summer inspiration and then use our handy Printable Summer Bucket List to keep your eyes on the prize as the temperature climbs. (Say that five times fast.)

It’s the perfect compliment to our To Do for Fun List.

My method?

Whip up the Summer Bucket List (download the full size version here) and then use the To Do for Fun List to break the summer into bite-sized pieces each week.

By September you’ll have made the most of summer, for sure. 

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Printables by Juliann Law for Today’s Mama is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
Based on a work at http://www.faboolous.blogspot.com/.

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  2. kat 05/11/2012 at 5:10 pm

    I think it would be fun to make a list of easy to do things and keep them in a jar for those days you just don’t want to do much but you don’t want to waste the day. things you can just stay home and do like paint with water & paint brushes on the sidewalk, swing as high as possible, ride a bike, blow bubbles, play kick the can (or other game that you used to play as a kid), indoor tents with sheets.
    ps thanks for all your fun ideas!

  3. Carina 05/07/2012 at 10:42 pm

    I think I should print this out so that my kids can add to the list!