I love summer. I love the laziness of summer. But often, with my family, that can be a problem. The four of us will just stay in our pajamas ALL. DAY. LONG. if we don’t have a solid plan. Many times, we don’t have a solid plan. We are big “fly by the seat of our pants” people when it comes to summer. My kids don’t do camps or sports. We love our lazy days.
The issue with our inherent laziness, though, is the fact that we really don’t get to do all the things we want to do in the summer. We end up scrambling over the last few weeks to get around to the things were were too lazy to do, or places we were too lazy to get to. Last year, I found the solution. It was a summer bucket list.