Winter Bucket List

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Fill your cold and snowy winter with ideas from our Winter Bucket List.

Fill your cold and snowy winter with fun activities from our Winter Bucket List.

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There are so many things I would like to do and so many places I’d like to see but I can’t remember them all unless I make a list.  So every season I make a list and try to check as many things off that list as I can. Winter is probably my hardest list to make because I dread going outside in the cold unless I’m in about 10 layers. But there are lots of fun things to do in the winter!

Things to do in Winter

  1. Go ice skating.
  2. Go snowshoeing.
  3. Take the kids sledding.
  4. Have a snow ball fight.
  5. Build a snowfort.
  6. Bake Christmas cookies.
  7. Make a gingerbread house with the family.
  8. Host a Mitten Swap.
  9. Make slow cooker hot chocolate.
  10. Make homemade Christmas ornaments.
  11. Buy Christmas gifts for children in need.
  12. Take a drive around town and look at Christmas lights.
  13. Sing Christmas carols.
  14. Take outdoor family photos.
  15. Make homemade Christmas cards.
  16. Hang Christmas lights.
  17. Decorate a Christmas tree.
  18. Visit Santa Clause.
  19. Watch Christmas movies.
  20. Cuddle up by a fireplace.
  21. Donate your old clothes to a shelter.
  22. Make homemade gifts for your neighbors.
  23. Build a snowman.
  24. Volunteer at a food bank or shelter.
  25. Bring treats and spend time at an animal shelter.
  26. Make a homemade peppermint bark.
  27. Visit with a elderly neighbor.
  28. Bake cookies for Santa Clause.
  29. Give a secret Santa gift to a friend, neighbor, or co-worker.
  30. Go skiing or snowboarding.
  31. Visit your local police department or fire station and bring the officers some baked goods.
  32. Cuddle up and read a whole book in a weekend.
  33. Try your hand at a new recipe.
  34. Go for a walk in the woods.
  35. Set goals for the New Year.
  36. Decorate your house.
  37. Host a Christmas party.
  38. Make matching T-Shirts for Christmas pajamas.
  39. Make DIY Christmas earrings.
  40. Catch snowflakes on your tongue
  41. Have a pajama and movie day.
  42. Pay it forward (buy someones coffee, lunch, or even groceries).
  43. Send a care package to a solider overseas.
  44. Plan a weekend getaway with your family and friends.
  45. Have a coffee date with your friends.
  46. Thrift shop for ugly Christmas sweaters.
  47. Work out to a dvd everyday for at least two weeks
  48. Kiss under mistletoe.
  49. Take a photo a day for a whole month.
  50. Take Christmas pictures of your kids.

I’ll make sure to update my list once I’ve crossed off a few numbers! Any ideas for my family, friends, and I? Let me know in the comments section below!

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