And just like that, it’s SPRING! To say I am excited for the season change is an understatement. I’m sure you’re sick of hearing me talk about it. Spring always seems to be the season we wait the longest for. Rain and all, I’ve got my eye on the long warm sunny days to come!
The shift from Winter to Spring always leaves me feeling super inspired too. Always craving to create + explore after the Winter blues (which is a legit real thing). I think we all, mentally NEED Spring..lol. Everything seems to suddenly come to life. Colorful life.
Last night I threw together a Spring mood/inspiration board (pictured above) with all the images that have been catching my eye lately. Add the wooden flower from our Park Winters Garden Tour. The pretty pom-pom tassel I originally got for Bay’s Easter basket. And lastly, wrapped twine around a bunch of ranunculus to dry.
Another way Spring inspires me is by compiling our Spring list of the fun things we plan on creating + making + exploring + doing + wearing ♥
Keeping a running list is a great way to remember all seasonal things you enjoy doing or look forward to do. When we have a free weekend, I like to refer to our To-Do’s and check items off as we go.
Spring clean from top to bottom Ride the Giant Dipper Create a mood board Host girlfriends brunch Pull the trigger on a statement earring
- Tour the Carlsbad Flower Fields
- Visit a waterfall
- Go meatless for 1 week
Find the perfect summer hat Annual Stinson Beach trip
- Start a supper/brunch club to try out new restaurants or recipes
Family camping trip Scoop up a new record or two for the collection Kayak Lake Solano Rock a bright lip color Pack a picnic and head to the Arboretum Pick strawberries + make a dessert SF date with Bay. I’m thinking here + here + here Decorate with fresh herbs
- Get creative in the Art Lab
- Load up our bikes and head here
- Take a weekly TRX or cycling class
There are 93 Spring days, so I better get busy!
What’s on your Spring To-Do list? We keep a running list, always looking to add some new ideas 🙂
(I can’t get over how gorgeous these ranunculus still look)
Previous seasonal To-Do’s: