2020 Bucket List

2020 bucket list
2019 was filled with fun moments and good times! I'm looking forward to 2020 and all of the sports travel I have in mind. I've put together a list of things I would love to do in the new year. Here's to hoping I can do them or at least a quarter of them.

Whew! 2019 is almost in the rearview mirror. Let’s be honest, I’ve been planning out and dreaming up the perfect 2020 for a couple months. I have to tell you, I really want to hit the new year perfectly. I mean afterall, the year is 2020 and that’s perfect vision, right? Yea, I know, I had to. Anyway. I started thinking of my 2020 bucket llist and all of the things I want to do. I broke it all down by month. Somethings are already planned out, some are only a dream and many have those fingers crossed, shoot for the stars world series hopes vibes. While I go here is a look at what I have in mind, for the perfect 2020. No not everything is sports related…

Nothing is planned in January. Why? Because I need to recouperate from all of the crazy from 2019. Also, I have some personal projects that I am working on and really want to focus on those few things before I take off running. If something comes along, well, I like to live life to the fullest. For the most part, I think I can add Jetsetter to my Instagram bio.

February

Vegas – Time to get my hockey on and check out the Vegas Golden Knights. I will be meeting up with Alana from Life of Alana and she will be showing me the ropes of hockey travel. I’m not completely savvy on hockey but I watch hockey I do enjoy it. Is it weird that I look forward to the fights. And not to mention, some of the guys are super hot. Evander Kane…

Chicago – NBA ALL STAR. I am actually so excited for this. I’m going to Chicago to hang and watch the festivities. I really want to go to the slam dunk competition. That would be something to see.

March

Arizona and Tampa –  Ahhhh you hear that? That cracking and popping sound? That’s the sound of the boys of summer. I officially can’t go without heading to spring training. If the stars align I will be at both spring trainings. I got my first taste of spring training this past March in Arizona and I fell in love. The intimacy of the smaller stadiums, the people, the setting it’s all so much fun. So this year, I am making it a point to get to both. This time I have to get to Tampa and see my boys in pinstripes.

Baltimore – The Yankees open the regular season in Baltimore and I want nothing more than to be there. I’ve never been to Camden Yards, and well, why not celebrate the start to a new MLB season with a stop at a new stadium!

May

New York – Kailee and I have plans already. We are trying to get to the Bronx for the first round Red Sox/Yankees showdowns. I’ve NEVER been to Yankees/Red Sox unless you wanna count me being glued to the tv. So. This one, we are definitely doing and I really can’t wait.

Los Angeles – Let’s go coast to coast, shall we? I’ve never been to a Dodgers game, so that is definitely on my to do list. Time to bring my overdressed to baseball games back to LA. You remember me in Anaheim, right?

July

New York – Guess who’s back, back again. My mom and I usually are back in the city around this time of year anyway, so this wouldn’t be sports related at all. Probably just a shopping trip with my mom but

August

Iowa – If you’ve been listening to Belles of the Ball Podcast you know Kailee and I have been talking about Iowa since Iowa was introduced in April. We’re going – tickets or not. If you don’t know, the Yankees and White Sox will be playing a regular season game at the Field of Dreams and we are so excited! We’ll be two of a ton of people fighting for two of 8,000 tickets. May the odds be in our favor.

September

Come on College Football, I see you. If there’s another season I look forward to more than baseball, it’s college football. I swear, September – November is definitely the season of food and tailgating and I live for it. Who knows where I turn up this next college season. I do want to finish off the Big 12 stadiums – maybe follow OU around, but I do want to see some big SEC games as well. Hopefully I can cross four new college stadiums off of my list. Columbus, Ann Arbor, Death Valley, Athens…I’m looking at you.

October

 New York – Yes, AGAIN. So I am dying to do a super weekend in NYC. It would be perfect to have baseball, football and basketball all in one weekend. Although that would be hard. But it’s worth a shot, right?

November

Columbus, OH – If you know me well, you know Brutus Buckeye is one of my favorite mascots and if I’m not cheering for OU, I’m cheering for the Buckeyes. I would love to get back to Columbus for a good Ohio State/Michigan match up in the ‘Shoe.

December

All I want for Christmas is to go to the College Football Playoffs!  It doesn’t matter who is playing, I want to go. I want to attend a semi final game and then head to the championship. Do like a little closing to a year and kicking off a new sports year. Would be so much fun!

Well, there you have it – my wish list for 2020.

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