Summer 2016 Bucket List

Read books for fun | I have spent the past four years reading books for school. I rarely get to read for "fun," which I miss a lot. I have a list of books I want to read this summer. I am hoping to get all done before I move out in August because I don't think I will have a ton of time to read when I start school. 

Teach myself something | I really want to work on my Spanish this summer and maybe even statistics. I haven't taken both classes with my junior year, and I really both of them. I don't need to take statistics in college because I have the credit for it, but I think it would be good to kind of relearn some parts. Then I already took my Spanish placement exam, and I am in the second highest level of Spanish, but I don't really remember it... 

Get organized | My room (and life) is a mess, y'all. I have been so busy/tired that I haven't really had a chance to deep clean my room is a while. Since I am moving out in just two short months, I definitely need to work on cleaning out my room and deciding what I am keeping. 

Go on adventures | On Monday, I went to the zoo with Tori and my dad, and it was so much fun just going out and doing something. Sitting around, watching Netflix can be fun, but it gets so boring. The quote on Momentum yesterday was "Adventure may hurt you, but monotony will kill you." Definitely keeping that in mind for the summer. 

See a Braves game (or two) | Okay, if you know anything about baseball, you probably know that this is the Braves' last season at Turner Field. They're moving to Cobb County next season, and that's just going to suck. Turner Field is not my favorite baseball stadium, but it is the one I grew up with. 

Cross off some 101 in 1001 | I have not crossed off as many of my 101 in 1001 items as I would like. It is my goal for this summer to cross off every last one that I need to be home in order to do. 

Vlog more | I have been vlogging my last few moments of high school, and I want to try to keep it up. I am not the best at talking to a camera, but it's fun. Hopefully I can keep it up while I am in college. 

xx, jKm

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