Winter Bucket List Ideas + Printable Winter Bucket List Planner

Although winter is not my favorite season, there are many things you can do in the wintertime to make it fun. I will give you a massive list of things that you can add to your winter bucket list. Even if you think you might not enjoy some of these things, try doing them, and you might be surprised at just how much fun you have.  

Winter bucket list ideas plus winter bucket list planner

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You can also get a winter bucket list planner so you can keep everything organized and in one place to help ensure that you have the best winter ever! Don’t let the winter blahs get to you. Instead, create your winter bucket list and check off the items as you complete them. You will be amazed at how much fun you have this winter.

Don’t forget to add some self-care items to your winter bucket list. If you need some ideas, you can get those below too!

108 Winter Bucket List Ideas

  1. Drive to see festive lights.
  2. Drink homemade hot chocolate.
  3. Build a snowman.
  4. Make a snowflake from playdough.
  5. Make a snow globe.
  6. Have a bonfire.
  7. Build a gingerbread house.
  8. Read a book by the fireplace.
  9. Make greetings cards.
  10. Decorate the house.
  11. Make a winter floral arrangement.
  12. Have a movie night.
  13. Go to the theatre.
  14. Go ice skating
  15. Go sledding.
  16. Create snow angels.
  17. Shovel a neighbor’s driveway.
  18. Make New Year’s resolutions.
  19. Bake cookies.
  20. Knit a sweater.
  21. Bring soup to a neighbor.
  22. Take photos in the snow.
  23. Sing festive songs.
  24. Make a winter playlist.
  25. Wear an ugly sweater.
  26. Wrap gifts.
  27. Make an ornament.
  28. Donate toys to kids.
  29. Take a sleigh ride.
  30. Make an ice sculpture.
  31. Ride a snowmobile.
  32. Stay in a cabin.
  33. Make paper snowflakes.
  34. Soak in a hot tub.
  35. Have a snowball fight.
  36. Go window shopping.
  37. Feed a reindeer.
  38. Build a pillow and blanket fort.
  39. Send a friend a calendar.
  40. Decorate a planner for the following year.
  41. Make s’mores.
  42. Add birthdays to your calendar.
  43. Make a new cocktail.
  44. Unplug for 24 hours.
  45. Try a new recipe.
  46. Eat a candy cane.
  47. Give a secret gift.
  48. Make goals for the following year.
  49. Have a family game night.
  50. Collect pine cones.
  51. Take a winter nature hike.
  52. Pick up a new hobby.
  53. Create a vision board for the following year.
  54. Put potpourri in a bowl.
  55. Make a popcorn garland.
  56. Start a gratitude journal.
  57. Make a winter bird feeder.
  58. Paint a reindeer.
  59. Go ice fishing.
  60. Make a slime.
  61. Go to a museum.
  62. Do a creative project.
  63. Bake a pie.
  64. Put together a puzzle.
  65. Host a family party.
  66. Blow some bubbles.
  67. Make apple cider.
  68. Go to an indoor waterpark.
  69. Host a football party.
  70. Study winter animals.
  71. Try snowboarding.
  72. Plan a spa day.
  73. Have a karaoke evening.
  74. Give out candy canes to kids.
  75. Have a winter workout routine.
  76. Make snow cones.
  77. Make your favorite comfort food.
  78. Go snowshoeing.
  79. Attend a New Year party.
  80. Do random acts of kindness.
  81. Watch “The Grinch.”
  82. Make a donation.
  83. Volunteer.
  84. Mail a letter to a friend.
  85. Play in the snow.
  86. Have an indoor picnic.
  87. Play charades.
  88. Make a wreath.
  89. Have a tea party.
  90. Watch winter sports.
  91. Hang up festive lights.
  92. Burn pine-scented candles.
  93. Make a photo album.
  94. Make peppermint bark.
  95. Organize the junk drawer.
  96. Go bowling.
  97. Make a fondue.
  98. Make sock puppets.
  99. Wear funky socks.
  100. Camp out in the living room.
  101. Do a winter scavenger hunt.
  102. Do a snowman art project.
  103. Watch a festive parade.
  104. Deliver goodies to neighbors.
  105. Build an igloo.
  106. Serve at a homeless shelter.
  107. Go on a winter retreat.
  108. Have a wonderful holiday!
Get over 100 winter bucket list ideas plus a printable winter bucket list planner

Winter Self-Care Bucket List Ideas

  1. Enjoy your warm drink by the window.
  2. Start a water log tracker.
  3. Meditate.
  4. Spend the afternoon reading.
  5. Write some affirmations.
  6. Start a new winter skincare routine.
  7. Change your room decor.
  8. Light your favorite candle and relax.
  9. Listen to a new podcast.
  10. Take a nice, long nap.
  11. Do something creative.
  12. Organize your closet.
  13. Indulge in something sweet.
  14. Bundle up and take a walk.
  15. Complete a page of a holiday coloring book.

Lists to Add to Your Winter Bucket List

  1.  Movies to watch
  2. Restaurants to eat at
  3. Holiday recipes to try
  4. Things to donate
  5. Books to read
  6. Winter must-haves to buy
  7. New skills to learn
  8. Drinks to indulge in
  9. Winter clothes to buy
  10. Winter sports to try
  11. Winter crafts to do
  12. Desserts to bake
  13. New podcasts to listen to
  14. Board games to play
  15. New seasonal fruits to try
  16. New goals to aim for
  17. Winter candle scents to buy
  18. Fun activities to do

Winter Photo Challenge

Try taking photos of each of these items this winter. See how many you can complete.

  1.  Snowfall
  2. Snowman
  3. Snowball fight
  4. Your comfiest cozy day outfit
  5. Snowflakes in mittens
  6. Fireplace
  7. Candles burning
  8. Homemade soup
  9. Your favorite hot drink
  10. A big thick scarf
  11. Snow on leaves
  12. Your ugly sweater
  13. Favorite mug
  14. Fluffy socks and pajamas
  15. Winter florals
  16. Holiday treats
  17. Ice
  18. Berries
  19. Pinecones
  20. Your feet in boots
  21. Morning view
  22. Silhouette
  23. Ice cream and hot fudge sauce
  24. Snowy mountains 
  25. Wearing earmuffs
  26. Holding a wreath
  27. Favorite winter outfit
  28. Playing in the snow
  29. Winter scene with friends
  30. Sky
  31. Comfort food
  32. Festival/parade
  33. Shopping bags
  34. All white everything
  35. Your loved ones
  36. Firsts of the New Year

How to Warm Up in Winter

  1.  Light a fire
  2. Wear an extra sweater
  3. Go dancing
  4. Cozy blankets
  5. Wear warm knit socks
  6. Fluffy onesie or robe
  7. Lots of pillows
  8. Go on a bike ride
  9. A good book
  10. A warm cup of tea
  11. Homemade soup
  12. Relaxing music
  13. Warm baths
  14. Take long brisk walks

Get the Winter Bucket List Planner

Get this winter bucket list planner to keep all of your bucket list items organized and in one place and even scheduled to make sure you get them all done. You can download the planner for $5.00 and save it to your computer. You can then use it year after year. This Winter bucket list planner is 17 pages. The planner contains the following pages:

Page 1 – A cover page

Page 2 – Winter bucket list checklist – page 1

Page 3 – Winter bucket list checklist – page 2

Page 4 – Winter bucket list checklist – page 3

Page 5 – Winter self-care bucket list with daily checkoff

Page 6 – Winter bucket list lists with space for five items each – page 1

Page 7 – Winter bucket list lists with space for five items each – page 2

Page 8 – Winter bucket list lists with space for five items each – page 3

Page 9 – Winter bucket list blank checklist for you to fill in your own items

Page 10 – Winter photo challenge checklist

Page 11 – How to warm up in winter checklist

Page 12 – A calendar page for November so you can schedule your winter bucket list items

Page 13 –  A calendar page for December so you can schedule your winter bucket list items

Page 14 – A calendar page for January so you can schedule your winter bucket list items

Page 15 – A calendar page for February so you can schedule your winter bucket list items

Page 16 – A calendar page for March so you can schedule your winter bucket list items

Page 17 – A blank page for notes or anything else you would like to add.

The calendar pages are undated so that you can fill in the dates yourself. This way you are able to use them year after year.

You can create your bucket list yourself, or to make it super easy, you can purchase the winter bucket list planner. The winter bucket list planner has everything already laid out for you, where all you have to do is fill in the blanks and check off the items. Purchase the planner for $5.00 by clicking the button below the picture of the planner below. The planner is in US Letter size and prints on 8.5 x 11 inch paper.

Please note these printables are for personal use only. You do not have permission to sell them for profit or claim them as your own design.

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