Tuesday, 26 May 2015

How To Summer

The Summer is very long.
Or short if you're like me, and this will be the first ever summer where I don't have typical school term holidays i.e. having June til September off.

It'll be a working summer. AND my first ever Summer living up in Dublin. To say I'm excited is an understatement. But what to do with all of my free evenings up here?

That's where You Are My Fave comes in. Last year the blog created this fabulous free printable titled 'How To Summer'.

youaremyfave

It's basically a categorised to-do list, but it's perfect for planning what I'll do with myself for the summer months. I've already started filling mine in with plans of places to go, crafts to make, activities to do, and amazing places to eat and drink out in.

Take a look at my 'How to Summer' list below!

Go:
Go Places
Make Memories
Do What You Love
Eat Everything
Dun Laoghaire
Marley Park
Giants Causeway
The Gaslight Anthem
Donegal

Make:
Clock Book
Heart Tights
Cards
Dreamcatcher

Do:
Run
Have a Picnic
Read lots of books
Get a facial

Eat:
Brother Hubbard
Sushi
Teddies Ice cream
Iced Tea

What's on your Summer to-do list?

9 comments:

  1. If you're going to Marley Park, let me know as I'm usually up that way!

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    1. I just live a 20min walk from Marley. Miss going up there. I'll defo give you a shout! x

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  2. This is deadly!!! I keep reading the title in Phoebe Buffay's fake posh voice :) Definitely going to do this, brilliant idea and so much fun to tick off x

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  3. Great idea looks like you will have a great summer :)

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  4. Yes, Donegal! Best place to be ;) haha!
    let me know if you are coming up this way, I'll show you about.

    Also, love this list, thanks for sharing :)

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    1. Aah my sister lives in Donegal! So I'm hoping to get to spend a weekend with her :) I'll give you a shout if it happens! x

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    2. Oh lovely! It's a great place for beaches and parks etc, Oakfield Park in Raphoe is lovely, and Glenveagh park is stunning if you do go :) x

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