- Finish my TBR pile
- Share recommended student-friendly titles with families
- Find ways to write to students/families
- Increase my running endurance
- Clean closets
- Create a “to-be donated” pile of clothes
- Bake cookies
- Take online barre3 classes
- Lots of FaceTimes with my “Big Blue” providence girls
- Bake muffins
- Create tools for a graphic novel writing unit
- Practice my golf swing
- Walk around the golf course
- Create charcuterie boards
- Shop online for a dress for B’s wedding
- Walk around the reservoir
- Improve my parallel parking skills
- Buy gift cards online to support a few favorite local businesses
- Participate in an online book club
- Play a few holes at the golf course, if permitted
- Board games!
- Organize my pictures/notes/Google Drive
- Start reading in Spanish again
- Make Grandma’s pasta sauce
- Deliver Grandma’s pasta sauce to Aunts and Uncles
I will stay busy. I will stay grateful. I will stay positive. We will stay well.
5 thoughts on “Slice of Life 2020 Day 16: Socially Distant Bucket List”
Lots of ideas here. Some the same , some different from my list. Important to just make some kind of a plan. Blessings.
What a great idea to make a social distance bucket list. This list is robust- there is so much we can do! You balance exercise, new learning, doing for others, attending to your role as teacher. I needed your positive post today, and I need to do the same kind of list. Thank you!
We can do a few of them together! Let’s get George to go golfing once it’s a little warmer. I’ll leave the running to you. And yes, stay all of those things, especially well!
I need to do this – make a list of tons of things I never have time for. I’ve noticed several such lists across blogs. How great, for remaining focused and productive in this “down time.” You are spurring me on!
Because YES. There is poetry in lists. I love it!
Like you, I have LOTS of things that I can be doing – some for fun, some for productivity. Thanks for the inspiration!