25 Things to Do | Spring Edition

Looking around and seeing green leaves on trees and tulips starting to bloom is making me the happiest person in the world. Spring is my favorite season. I live in Boston, Massachusetts so the summers tend to get a bit too warm for me and the winters are absolutely too cold. 75 degrees and sunny year round would be my ideal weather situation. I am the type of person whose mood is 110% effected by the weather, so in the spring I’m just happy as can be.

I like to be outside as much as possible in the spring, but often times I find myself sitting inside, watching my 10th episode of Breaking Bad in a row, wondering what to do for the day. And then wondering where the day went.

In order to prevent this in my future and your future as well, I’ve decided to compile a list of things to do in the spring when you just can’t think of anything else. I tried to make these work for everyone, no matter where you are located. But if you live in Antarctica, there isn’t much I can do for you.

Things to Do When There’s Nothing to Do

  1. Go for a hike
  2. Go for a drive with all the windows down
  3. Go out to coffee and sit outside
  4. Pick up a new outdoor sport
  5. Go for a walk in a park or along a beach
  6. Read outside
  7. Clean
  8. Lay out in the sun
  9. Read a new book
  10. Start a blog
  11. Go to the farmers market
  12. Go to an outdoor mall and window shop
  13. Text an old friend
  14. Take an online seminar
  15. Do your makeup
  16. People watch
  17. Spa day
  18. Start a garden
  19. Ride a bike
  20. Visit an animal sanctuary
  21. Plan a trip
  22. Go picture-taking
  23. Check something off your bucket list
  24. Eat outside
  25. Meditate 

If you decided to try anything on this list, snap a pic and share it with me!

Please leave a comment with anything else you can think of so I will never run out of things to do!

Love, K x

One thought on “25 Things to Do | Spring Edition

  1. Great list! I particularly enjoy spending time outdoors when I’m bored. 🙂 Some additional idea include trying a craft (sew a pillow, create a succulent terrarium, build a Rube Goldberg machine, etc.), and intentionally doing something outside your comfort zone (talking to a stranger at a coffee shop, going out to dinner alone, or singing your favorite song at karaoke). Thanks for your ideas–too many good ones to choose from!!

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