Winter Bucket List

Huge list of some great ideas to add to your things to do checklist

Winter Bucket List

Everyone should make a list that you should set out to accomplish

List of stuff to do

I love me some list of stuff to do. Life goes so quick but it is still a good idea to put together a list of fun stuff you want to accomplish. Bucket list for you and your boyfriend. Here are some winter bucket list items I have now:

  • Make yummy buttery mashed potatoes
  • Decorate sugar cookies
  • Play pin the tail on Rudolph
  • Make snow angels
  • DIY Snowglobes
  • Watch the snow fall
  • Set out lots of blankets and host an indoor movie night for friends
  • Paint a play Nativity set
  • Have a holiday book-a-thon
  • Have a Christmas karaoke
  • Have a snowball fight
  • Make DIY Valentines
  • Go Ice Fishing
  • Take a nap by the fire
  • Make a snow angel
  • Have a coloring contest
  • Volunteer at a soup kitchen
  • Make salt dough ornaments
  • Go skiing
  • Have a “Who has the ugliest Christmas sweater” contest
  • Cut out paper snowflakes
  • Make Chili
  • Serve at a homeless shelter (food kitchen)
  • Decorate your kid’s room with twinkling Christmas lights
  • Learn how to say “Merry Christmas” in 5 different languages
  • Spend an afternoon looking through old photos
  • Decorate an elderly person’s home
  • Host a winter brunch for friends
  • Catch a snowflake on your tongue
  • Do a reenactment of A Christmas Carol
  • Find a local coffeehouse concert to go to
  • Bake Christmas cookies
  • Have a bonfire
  • Take a social media detox
  • Have a holiday poetry slam
  • Participate in a church telling of the story of the birth of Jesus
  • Knit a warm chunky scarf
  • Help with a food drive
  • Snack on lots of fresh pomegranates, kale, cranberries and other seasonal produce
  • Give out candy canes to kids in the hospital
  • Shovel a neighbor’s driveway
  • Go snowboarding
  • Sit by a window and watch the snow fall
  • Take a bubble bath
  • Find an ice rink and go skating
  • Set up a blanket fort and “camp out”
  • Put on a family Christmas play
  • Take a crisp morning walk in the snow
  • Create the perfect winter playlist
  • Make your New Year’s Resolution list
  • Catch snowflakes on your tongue
  • Make pictures in the snow with food dye
  • Make a stain-glass window
  • Build a snowman
  • Bake homemade bread for your neighbors and co-workers
  • Make up your own holiday jingles
  • Make homemade hot chocolate
  • Bake a pie
  • Develop an indoor workout routine
  • Sip hot apple cider by a fire
  • Go tree shopping
  • Draw snowflakes
  • Go stargazing on a clear night
  • Set (and keep up with) New Year’s resolutions
  • Have a family football game
  • Decorate your Christmas gifts
  • Make cookies and goodies to deliver to family, friends, and businesses
  • Take a winter nature walk
  • Make a Christmas countdown
  • Go ice skating
  • Drive around the neighborhood
  • Write a Christmas short story
  • Brighten your space with fresh winter blooms
  • Learn a new holiday song
  • Go on a winter retreat
  • Read the story of Jesus’ birth in the Bible
  • Go sledding
  • Soak in natural hot springs
  • Go on a sleigh ride
  • Send Christmas gifts/cards to soldiers overseas
  • Be a Secret Santa
  • Write a Thank You note to someone who deserves it
  • Make frozen bubbles
  • Put together puzzles
  • Write a “Good Bye Winter” letter
  • Have a Christmas/Winter movie marathon
  • Make snow cones
  • Decorate a gingerbread house
  • Get the whole family involved in a puzzle
  • Decorate your house (inside and out)
  • Play your favorite card games with family
  • Jump into your hot tub
  • Write a “Welcome Spring” letter
  • Clean out your closet
  • Start a journal
  • Make a reading list, and read each book start to finish
  • Make popcorn strands for the tree
  • Donate socks and blankets to a local homeless shelter
  • Go bowling
  • Make a pillow and blanket fort in the living room
  • Start a scrapbook
  • Have a winter fashion show
  • Take a cooking class
  • Research arctic animals
  • Build an igloo
  • Read your favorite Christmas/Winter novel
  • Go caroling
  • Make your own hot chocolate

Winter Bucket List

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