10 Things I Want To Do This Spring

Friday, 1 March 2019

Spring to do list

A new month is upon us and March 1st always feels like the start of Spring to me. The evenings are already getting brighter, I've spotted lots of pretty daffodils, blue skies and sunshine are making an appearance and it's starting to get a little bit milder too... Spring is finally here! I've been craving Spring more than ever this year because it was so short last year, it felt like we skipped Spring altogether and went straight from a snowy Winter to Summer heatwaves. There are so many things I'm looking forward to doing this Spring and for today's post, I've put together a little list of all the things I'm hoping to do now that one of my favourite seasons is upon us!

10 Things I Want To Do This Spring...

1. Take outfit photos beside some cherry blossom trees. 

2. Style my vanity table with pink Spring flowers.

3. Have a picnic in the park on a sunny day.

4. Update my wardrobe with a few Spring staples - I'm on the hunt for a pink lightweight Spring/Summer coat as it's something that's always missing in my S/S wardrobe.

5. Bake a cake or cupcakes for Easter! I'm thinking something with lemon or jam for something a bit different to my usual chocolatey Easter bakes.

6. Have a Spring clearout and update my bedroom with a few new pink decor pieces. I've already treated myself to a new rug and some cushions for my bed!

7. Read the Harry Potter series and watch each film after reading each book. I've just finished the first book and I loved it! I can't believe I've never read it before!

8. Swap my darker nudes for peachy pink and bright coral lipsticks.

9. Start driving lessons!

10. Buy a new pair of light pyjamas and a lighter dressing gown for the warmer months - I was melting in my fluffy dressing gown last Spring/Summer, haha!

What's on your Spring to-do list?

Cliona xx

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