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Summer Bucket List for a Student

I’m the kind of person who makes all sorts of elaborate plans for summer and once it rolls around I never seem to amount of anything. I finished college in April and all I have done since is go to the gym, lie in bed, and watch Keeping up with the Kardashians. So maybe, blogging about it will make me feel more obliged to do things. I decided to create a student Summer Bucket List to make the most of the sunny season.

woman with legs leaning out of car window on a road trip - summer bucket list

My Summer Bucket List:

  1. Visit friends from college:  Going to college means befriending people from all over the country and three months is a long time apart so I’m up for the road trips… I just hope people’s couches are open.
  2. Learn Languages: I did Irish and Spanish in Secondary School and upon leaving felt it would be a shame to forget them so briefly took up Duolingo as a New Years Resolution I obviously didn’t keep. I’m not saying I want to become fluent (because I realistically wont) but I do intent on finding some way of preserving what I do know and hopefully building on that.
  3. Become Black Widow: I am in love with Natasha Romanoff and want to be her. I’m keeping up Krav Maga over summer and try to get to the gym at least four days a week – whenever I don’t feel like going I remind myself of how badass she is. Knowing how to defend myself is so empowering, and I feel a lot safer out and about.
  4. Write, write, write: I intend on blogging about all of these things as I do them but also want to get a few articles published (on lord knows what), and write more poetry and stories. I particularly want to work on a story that I intend on turning into a novel so here’s to hoping the writers block stays away.
  5. Educate myself: I don’t feel overly informed on the likes of history and politics. Sure, they may sound a tad boring but knowledge is power after all. I love knowledge so I want to spend the summer learning, and preventing my brain from turning to mush.
  6. Irish Writers Trip: This is a trip a friend and I came up with last year but never actually went on. It basically entails visiting places famous Irish writers are from or associated with, such as: The Frank McCourt Museum in Limerick, Coole Park in Galway for W.B. Yeats, and the Oscar Wilde statue in Dublin.
  7. Get inked: I already have a tattoo which I got two years ago, I think it’s time for more so I am beyond exited to get new ink over summer. I’d love to be covered in tattoos one day, for it’s one at a time for now.
  8. Spread Kindness: Again, a plan from ages ago that never happened. The idea was to leave nice messages on sticky notes around town so this shouldn’t prove too difficult.

What’s on your summer bucket list? Is yours more of a student summer bucket list like mine?

an old fashioned hippy van driving through a sunny city with beach and palm trees - summer bucket list

5 thoughts on “Summer Bucket List for a Student

  1. This is such a lovely idea to make sure you keep busy over summer! I particularly like your idea of leaving sticky notes around town to spread kindness! x

    Han | lifewithhan.blog

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