25 Days Of Christmas Bucket List


Christmas is almost here which means last minute shopping, Christmas decorating, and snow days! The holidays come quickly and a lot of people forget or wait last minute to get things done. This year we have a plan. A 25 days of Christmas Bucket List that can be done with friends and family to make your Christmas easier and cheerful.

December 1st: Chop Down or buy a Real Christmas Tree

December 2nd: Make a Christmas Song Playlist

December 3rd: Put Christmas Lights on Your House (outdo the neighbors)

December 4th: Donate some money ( doesn’t have to be a lot) to a Bell Ringer

December 5th: Get a Picture on Santa’s Lap ( you’re never to old!)  

December 6th: Make a Homemade Gift

December 7th: Decorate an Ornament with family ( make some memories)

December 8th: Create Handmade Christmas Cards

December 9th: Donate Toys and/or Volunteer at a Children’s Hospital

December 10th: Watch “It’s a Wonderful Life”

December 11th: See the Nutcracker or another Christmas show

December 12th: Build a Snowman or Make a Snow Angel

December 13th: Roast Chestnuts on an Open Fire

December 14th: Make a Gingerbread House

December 15th: Go Ice Skating Outdoors

December 16th: Go Christmas Caroling

December 17th: Give Your Unused Mittens & Jackets to the Homeless Shelter

December 18th: Spend the Day Baking Cookies

December 19th: Drink Eggnog or Hot Chocolate

December 20th: Have a Snowball Fight

December 21st: Start a New Tradition

December 22nd: Kiss Someone Under the Mistletoe

December 23rd: Look at the Lights in Your Neighborhood

December 24th:  Leave cookies for Santa Claus…Even if you don’t believe in him anymore. You can eat them in the morning.

Christmas Day: This is the day you’ve been waiting for! Slow down and take it all in. Cherish every moment and most importantly, always remember the true meaning of Christmas.