Every holiday season I try to do something different to celebrate. When my kids were younger we would make crafts, bake, make candy, go on a light tour, or attend various Christmas parties.
This year is a little different. The kids are older and independent. They are not interested in making popcorn garlands.
I’ve created my own Christmas Celebration Bucket List – adult style.
Christmas Celebration Bucket List
I will most likely not check everything on my list off in one year. It is fun to have a growing “it would be fun to do this” type of list.
Of course, every year I will do crafts and bake; take the kids (whoever is willing) to look at Christmas light displays, and decorate the house. But now is a terrific time to start thinking about what else I would love to add to the bucket list that doesn’t involve a glue gun!
Here is a fun video (I just learned to make these!) about my Christmas Celebration Bucket List ideas.
Many of my bucket list items focus on my dreams of travel. What can I say? I want to see the beauty of the world especially during the holidays.
What is on your list?