Our Bucket List {2015}

Last year I started a new tradition of writing a Bucket List for the year. This has things I would like to do, things for the family to do together, things to achieve and things to learn. It’s basically a tick sheet of things I want to do but could easily forget about so I can use the Bucket List as reference to make sure that we all do something new this year.

Here’s our 2015 Bucket List:

Our Bucket List {2015}

This list has things on it for all of us – as a family or singularly. It has things to cook, places to go, personal goals, fun things and more grown up things – two big things this year is trying to get the car loan we took out last June paid off and starting the ball rolling to get an extension and loft conversion. An exciting year for us!

Do you have any goals or aims for the year? I’ll be updating how we’ve done as the year goes by and can’t wait to start ticking some things off!

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  • There’s a lot of goals/aims I want to achieve this year but I haven’t written them up yet because baby no 2 being due in February so I would have to find my routine first to see how much time I get.

  • There’s a lot of goals/aims I want to achieve this year but I haven’t written them up yet because baby no 2 being due in early February so I would have to find my routine first to see how much time I get.

  • I think those are some lovely goals – you’ve got a nice mixture of the big things that will take all year and a whole heap of “what shall we do this afternoon” ideas – fingers crossed you get through the whole list 🙂

  • Oh I like the idea of an annual bucket list, what a nice idea. I may have to copy this 😉
    I cannot believe however, that you only plan to read one book in a year, I read so much the idea makes me want to hyperventilate lol. You had better make sure it’s a good one though! X

  • Love this idea, and I can’t wait to see how you get on, I hope you manage to tick everything off!
    We are thinking about an extension too, so need to start looking at if that is affordable or not . If not then a hosue move in next few years 🙁 x

  • That’s a great family bucket list for 2015, and what a lovely idea to keep you focused on family things during the year. You’ll definitely love Christmas time in London, we had several visits this year because it’s so sparkly and magical. And pick-your-own is in my to do list for this year too!
    We don’t have a bucket list as such, but we have said that we want to have 52 adventures this year… one for each week. They may be big, or small, but they must be an adventure in some way. I hope we can keep it up! x