Winter Bucket List on a Budget
Winter Solstice is the first day of the winter season and usually marks the first day people opt to stay indoors whenever possible. With the sun so far south and temperatures entering single digits, it might be tempting to hide away until spring. Don’t hide just yet — there’s still plenty of fun to be had this winter!
It’s time to create your wintery-wonderland bucket list. Below are a few suggestions that fit within any budget.
- Decorate With Lights
Nothing says it’s the holiday season quite like bright lights on homes, buildings and various streets. This winter, add stringing festive lights to your bucket list! If you don’t want to decorate your own home with lights, ask a neighbor, family member or friend if they need help decorating theirs!
- Host a Winter Film Festival
Do you have a favorite winter-themed film? Skip the pricey theatre prices, and gather your family and friends for a home-movie experience. Ask each of them bring their favorite winter movie and host your own film festival! Warm it up with some baked treats for your guests!
- Present Wrapping Party
Wintertime means gift-giving time! To get in the holiday spirit, host a wrapping party! Since it is so cold outside, this is a great way to spend time with your friends and family indoors, doing something crafty while keeping cozy. Get even cozier with hot cider or hot cocoa!
- Attend a Show
During the winter season, there are ample opportunities to enjoy live entertainment. You can find plays, musicals, concerts and more in your local community. To find a cheap local show, visit websites like your local community playhouse or nearby college.
- Donate Your Time
During winter, there are many unique opportunities to donate and help your community. If you’re not in the financial position to donate funds, remember that donating time is just as meaningful. Contact a local charitable organization in your community and inquire about opportunities to donate your day to their cause.
- Host or Attend a Holiday Party
Each season offers a unique reason for a party. During the winter season, the holidays are an obvious and perfect opportunity! Host or attend a holiday-themed party to get into the spirit and feel extra festive! If you are going to attend an ugly Christmas sweater party, make your own and save on costs! Visit CashNetUSA — How to Make a Christmas Sweater to learn how.