I can’t even remember the last time I did one of my bucket list posts so with all the best intentions here I go again. Ok, looking back it seems last year was my last Bucket list – lets hope I can complete more than I did then!
We have nothing to compare with last months or even to say we completed tasks etc, I will be starting off this new post with the things we are going to aim to complete in April or what is left of it.
With the days getting lighter and seemingly longer it is the ideal chance to take the kids out after school work is done for some treats! Not all day should be taken up with home work so we will be making an effort to get out on walks, visiting new places in the area and trying out some new things.
I am looking forward to spending more time outdoors with the girls, after their bout of sickness this past couple of weeks I think we are all feeling a touch of cabin fever!
I love renovating furniture and shabby chic’ing dressers, tables etc. With quite a few pieces of furniture needing work on (honestly our garage looks like a second hand dealers right now!) I would be more than happy to get through at least 2 pieces this month.
Moving from the bed room into the conservatory for work will help us all in the long run as we all love sitting together to eat but can’t due to the amount of ‘stuff’ I have all over the table etc! In the old house the conservatory needed replacement windows so the prospect of freezing every time I needed to work just didn’t appeal. As the house was rented too, forking out for double glazing cost was not on my list of expenses! Moving my ‘office’ will hopefully focus me too as I will need to sit at a desk to work!
This is a collaborative post
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