I had a hard time at first. It felt like we never checked anything off our bucket list. But near the end, it felt like we were checking things off left and right. It was awesome! We didn't complete everything (naturally), but it felt good to know we were doing fun things together as a family that we'll cherish.
(I should have gotten an after picture, because there were lots of checks. Sigh. Hindsight.)
Hence the same idea with the Winter Bucket List. You can print it to an 8x10, put behind a glass frame, and check off as you go with a dry-erase marker. My husband helped me make it this time, too. He's a doll.
note: this is not the actual printable
Obviously, not everything will work for your family. If you live somewhere where snow doesn't happen? Yea. I get it. No snow to play in. But, generally, the bucket list is something we make for us and then have fun sharing with you. If you can use it, fabulous.
So. Last time things went a little wild with the Fall Bucket List. It was improperly sourced all over the internet, leading back to websites that (some) were even claiming it as their own. The sad part was? If it's not linked properly (on pinterest or whatever), then if someone wants the printable, THEY CAN'T FIND IT. Hence, defeating the purpose entirely.
Link properly to share the love so if anyone wants the bucket list, they can find it.
-Once in there, click on the picture, then "file", then "download". You can then print to a regular 'ole color printer in an 8x10.
Happy winter bucket listing!