This past summer I scribbled out a seasonal bucket list on a little sheet of paper. I kept it on the fridge and loved seeing our progress in checking things off this list, even if every item wasn’t checked off by the end of the summer. I included things like “Play an escape room,” “Have a decluttering weekend,” “Teach Bible class at camp,” “Attend the Think Good workshop,” “Celebrate One-Year Anniversary of The Ruffled Mango,” “Visit family in Chattanooga,” and “Do the 30 Day Green Smoothie Challenge” – all of which we completed! Yay!
So I thought it would be fun to create an Autumn Bucket List graphic that we could all print off, insert in a glass-topped 8 x 10 picture frame, and use a dry erase marker to write on. OR! You could print it off and use a legit Real Pen and write on the aforementioned paper – and keep as a, you know, keepsake. 😉 If you’re into that kind of thing!
Keli designed this GORGEOUS graphic for us! I totally love it. =) And I found this cute wooden frame on clearance at Wal-mart for $5.00, so I snatched it up.
And all you gotta do to download it for free is to make sure you’re on our email list. We’re pretty terrible at sending newsletters, so the good news is we won’t be filling up your inbox! 😉 Just sending you fun freebies from time to time and a few important updates here and there.
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I know a lot of you see each new post on Facebook and read along that way (which is totally fun and that’s how I follow my favorite blogs often, too!) – but the bad news is that with the complicated Facebook algorithm, you may not see updates from us as often as you’d like to. Whomp whomp. =( Case in point: I follow Joanna Gaines (from HGTV’s Fixer Upper) on Instagram and Facebook. Somehow I do see her posts on Instagram just fine, but I realized the other day that I might not actually follow her on Facebook because I was never seeing any of her posts. So I double-checked. I HAD clicked the follow button awhile back, but her updates never showed up in my newsfeed. Hmmm…hence the importance of getting updates sent via email. Those will always show up! 😉 😉
Happy Fall, y’all! Pin and share with your non-mango friends on Facebook! =)