Senior Year Bucket List
Your senior year is almost here, and you are wondering how to make the most of it. That’s where a senior year bucket list comes in. While a bucket list traditionally includes things you want to accomplish in your lifetime, a senior year bucket list is more focused. This list should include all of the things that you want to do during your last year of high school.
Why You Should Have a Senior Year Bucket List
Your senior year will go by so fast, trust me! Having a to-do list will inspire you to do as much as you can before the year is over. And if you write it all down, you are all the more likely to accomplish it. Not only will creating this list help you feel excited (instead of nervous) for your senior year, but it will also give you and your friends something fun to do this summer.
How to Make a Bucket List
When making a bucket list, you can make a night of it. Invite your besties over with their favorite notepads and pens and get to work. Think about what you want your senior year to look like. Do you want to attend more sporting events? Or maybe you are interested in seeing specific movies or plays. Brainstorm with your friends about what matters most to you for your last year of high school and think about what memories you want to make before you head off to college (or your next adventure)!
Throw ideas out there – from big to small – and jot them down. Once you have a solid list of ideas, you can organize them by theme, season, or priority. It’s all up to you! Your senior year bucket list should be kept somewhere you can look at it regularly, and check things off as you complete them.
Ideas for Your Bucket List
Your bucket list should include all the things that you want to do. You don’t have to put something on your list just because it feels like something everyone else will do. Make your senior year your own! But if you want a few ideas to get you started, I’ve compiled some of my favorite ideas for a senior year bucket list!
Is booking a VIP senior portrait experience on your list? I would love to connect. The contact form on my website makes it easy for seniors and their parents to reach out. You can also reach me by phone at 530-412-0730 or by email at [email protected]. I am so excited to hear from you!