December 2017 Bucket List
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I am a few days late on the December Bucket List. I am so sorry! It’s been a whirlwind few weeks finishing up Thanksgiving and trying to get out all of the Thoughtful Tradition December Boxes and there just hasn’t been enough time in the day.
If December has come fast and furious for you too, then don’t see this list and let it give you a feeling of overwhelm or anxiety. Look at this list as a reminder to not fill your calendar with things that don’t matter or even a reminder to stop scrolling instagram for hours. I know I can be guilty of both.
Here is the December Bucket List for you to download. I also have a blank one you can use to make your own below.
Here is a blank copy for you to download. Many of you have your own traditions and fun family activities and have requested a download so you can make your own list. If you create your bucket list and use my free download, would you share it with me! I always love hearing about other family traditions! You can tag me on Facebook or Instagram!
As I have shared with you before, bucket lists are not items to add to your on going to do list. The purpose of having a bucket list is to help you stay focused and remember to not let the day go by without being intentional. They help me remember what is truly important and serve as a reminder to make sure I am scheduling time for family traditions and making memories that will last a lifetime.
I print a copy and keep it on a clip board in my pantry. I see it every morning and although I may not get to check everything off on the list, even doing a handful of them makes me happy and allows me to enjoy the season to the fullest.
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You can download your free copy of my December 2017 Bucket List HERE.