Christmas lifestyle

My Festive Christmas Bucket List

Hello lovelies. I’m here again with another post for Blogmas, and this one is my Christmas Bucket List! So if you don’t know, a bucket list a number of things that you hope to do during your lifetime. In this context, rather that lifetime, it’s what I hope to accomplish before Christmas is over. It’s similar to my December goals, however I’m not pushing myself as hard to accomplish what’s on this list.

I wanted to make a list of things that I haven’t done for Christmas before, or in a long time. Maybe this Christmas bucket list might inspire you. Or you might have one of your own. If you do, please, please share it in the comment section down below. I’d love to read to them and will even share it on my Twitter. So without further ado, here is my bucket list!

Christmas Bucket List

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  • Drive about all the roundabouts to view the lights
  • Sing Christmas songs
  • Make hot chocolate (especially with the tiny marshmallows inside)
  • Decorate the house
  • Make a gift from the heart for someone
  • Wrap at least one Christmas gift
  • Go to one Christmas event
  • Watch all of my favorite Christmas movies
  • Kiss under the mistletoe
  • Write a letter to Santa
  • Make a Christmas craft
  • Crochet a Christmas stocking
  • Go skating – Especially since we now have a skating rink in Barbados
  • Read at least one Christmas story
  • Donate to one charity
  • Do a Christmas photoshoot
  • Bake cookies
  • Drink as much sorrel as I can
  • Eat as much black cake as I can
  • Take part in a Secret Santa
  • Fill the house with the scent of Christmas
  • Make at least one decoration
  • Create a Christmas playlist

Like I said above, let me know what are your plans for this holiday season. It’s still early, but I do hope to take tackle everything on this list.

2 replies on “My Festive Christmas Bucket List”

Thank you 🙂 It’s always nice to spread that holiday cheer. In and out of season.

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