This is my first summer where I m not a student so I want to get into a good balance with full time work and making the best of my evenings and weekends.
Learn more BSL- This was on my list last year but i only got as far as learning to sign my name, so want to make more progress this year
Start and finish a fiction book- I haven't read an entire fiction book since before finding out I had dyslexia in 2013 (i tried reading GOT but got bored after 100 pages).
Try out new restaurants and cafe's in my city- Lived here for almost 3 years and still haven't tried everywhere so have places to tick off the list.
Visit blackpool- I've been meaning to since I moved here so this summer i ll finally go hopefully.
Finally beat my partner at a game of chess- In the over 2.5 years we've been together so this is a competitive goal for me:P
Work through my baking pins on pinterest- I have a habit of pinning things and not getting round to trying them so I'm going to try and working through them.
Go camping with friends- Haven't done it in years so lots of camping supplies to buy:P
Stick to my budget and make consistent payments into my savings account- now i'm working full time i have a decent disposable income so i want to be responsible with it and save as much as possible.
Try to pay off more of my student finance overpayment- at the moment i'm set to pay it off just before my 22nd birthday but would love to get it paid by christmas.
Continue with trying to be more minimalist- the past few months i've implemented an only buy things to replace stuff rule and been trying to get rid of much stuff as I can, so carrying on with my less stuff is less stress motto
Claireestelle's summer bucket list
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