Now, this season’s bucket list is one of the most difficult for me to write. I used to LOVE winter when I was younger… but I hate to say it, I think winter may be my least favorite season now. It just gets more difficult putting up with the extreme cold we get in the Midwest, especially when you have little ones to bundle up. I’m sure if I lived further south in any part of this country that I would be happier than I am here in the winter… This is where I live though… unfortunately sometimes! (Like now when it’s so cold)
Anyway, so each season I like to take a minute to write down my favorite seasonal activities. Writing a bucket list and coming up with some fun activities makes the winter so much better! It helps me get out and about. When I’m sitting around bored, I just have to pull up my Winter bucket list and see what else we can check off of the list that day! It helps me keep track and make sure I get to accomplish all of those fun, seasonal things. I use the winter bucket list kind of like a checklist.
I’m aware of the fact that winter has already started and is well on its way. Better late than never though! Ideally, I would like to start this BEFORE the new season hits…
I’ve taken the time to whip up a little, fun printable winter bucket list page. I want to give it to all of you guys (NO COST!) so you can maybe take the time to jot down some of your favorite winter things too.
Here it is: winter bucket list printable.
Here’s an image of it for those scrolling through… But if you’re going to print it, please use the PDF file above. That will print clearer as it’s higher quality than this image file.
I will also include a list of some winter activities you could add to your list:
- Go skiing or snowboarding
- Go sledding
- Build a snowman
- Make a snow angel
- Drink hot chocolate
- Go ice skating
- Build a pillow fort
- Cook some homemade soup
- Go visit the zoo and see the lights
- Have a snowball fight
- Bake cookies
- Take a bubble bath
- Go to the library
- Eat a candy cane.
- Take a carriage or sleigh ride
- Ride snowmobiles
- Go to a hockey game
- Drink eggnog
- Go snowshoeing
- Stay the night in a snowy cabin
- Decorate a gingerbread house
- Cut out paper snowflakes
- Knit or crochet something
- Have a fire (in the fireplace or an outdoor firepit even)
- Have a family movie night
AND obviously, you may want to add any Christmas or holiday activities to your list. I am trying to come up with ideas that are either directly related to winter or that are indoor activities and things we don’t normally go do in warmer months.