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Are you ready for the upcoming Holidays? With this ultimate list of winter activities & festive traditions, you will be able to make a family winter fun Christmas bucket list that will help you create lasting memories with your loved ones to make this the most magical year yet! Free printable worksheets are included to make it simple and easy!

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Holy moly!

We are down to the last 30 days of the year, and if anyone else is on the struggle bus #because2021, it’s not too late to make the most of this wild and crazy year by whooping it up the best we can for the month of December.

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been feeling like I’ve lost a year of my life so I’ve got a whole lotta’ “funning” to make up for.

In case you need an OrganizenMagan Dictionary refresher:

“funning”

noun

    1. the act of having fun and whooping it up

Example: Funning with her friends was her favorite activity.

So watch out December, I’m coming for you!

Actually, here in San Diego, we are in the dreaded “purple tier” of increased COVID cases, which ultimately means no group gatherings, no indoor social activities, no indoor dining, and a 10 PM mandatory curfew for everyone (not just teens).

So ramping up the “funning” is definitely going to be a bit more challenging, but I’m committed to making the most of the end of 2020 (Hallelujah, there is an end in sight) even if that means I’ve got to be home by 10:00.

Each year after Thanksgiving we sit down as a family and brainstorm things we want to do before Christmas, which we will of course do again this year.

(You can find the process and printables here)


Winter Bucket List


And because my fun tank is currently on “empty”, I want to take it a step further and also brainstorm a personal list JUST.FOR.ME, so I am also creating a list of Winter Fun ideas for me!


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I’m definitely one of those people who lives for “to-do lists” so I created a Winter Fun printable to help me stay on track!

I plan to print it out, write down my goals, and put it on the top of my desk where I will see it every day!


This is an editable version below, so feel free to download it and type in your bucket list items to customize it for you!



Got mushy pandemic brain and need some inspiration?


Then, here’s a big ole’ list of 50 ideas that you can mostly do safely, socially distancing, and in my case…be home by curfew!

 
50 Fun Winter Ideas printable


Here’s a quick overview of the 50 Fun Winter Ideas:

1.   Do a family winter photo shoot

2.   Visit a mall Santa

3.   Purchase a new holiday decoration

4.   Go for a winter hike

5.   Send holiday cards

6.   Make Christmas cookies

7.   Watch a Christmas Classic Movie

8.   Decorate the house

9.   Visit a state or national park

10.  “Elf” a neighbor

11.  Leave treats for the mail carrier

12.  Make a holiday ornament

13.  Donate to a food bank

14.  Go iceskating

15.  Buy advent calendars

16.  Make a holiday wreath

17.  Try a new soup recipe

18.  Write a letter to Santa

19.  Wear an ugly holiday sweater

20.  Donate to a toy drive

21.  Sing Christmas carols

22.  Buy a poinsettia

23.  Try a new winter beverage

24.  Watch a Hallmark Movie

25.  Leave snacks for delivery drivers

26.  Make a gingerbread man

27.  Take a drive to see Christmas lights

28.  Eat a candy cane

29.  Read a Christmas story

30.  Buy yourself seasonal flowers

31.  Try a new peppermint recipe

32.  Make a bird feeder

33.  Roast marshmallows in the fireplace

34.  Donate food to a food bank

35.  Make paper snowflakes

36.  Have a holiday movie marathon

37.  Decorate a gingerbread house

38.  Have a Family Game Night

39.  Make a new crockpot recipe

40.  Buy new PJs and slippers

41.  Take a scenic drive in the country

42.  Buy holiday themed candles

43.  Put together a winter puzzle

44.  Drink hot cocoa w/marshmallows

45.  Take a trip to a Christmas tree farm

46.  Bake a seasonal pie

47.  Make a holiday playlist

48.  Drink eggnog

49.  Try a new restaurant

50.  Play Jackbox Party



So what do you think?

What’s at the top of your Winter Bucket List of Fun?

Staying out past 10 PM!?!

Until next time, cheers to getting your “funning” on, and cheers to you

XOXO,

Magan

 

Psst – Looking for a fun family activity?  How about a Christmas Lights Scavenger Hunt? 

Christmas Lights Scavenger Hunt

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