100 Things To Do In The Winter

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  1. Go Sledding
  2. Find the Restaurant with the best Hot Chocolate.
  3. Visit a museum.
  4. Go to a movie.
  5. Watch a Santa Clause Movie Marathon.
  6. Watch a Home Alone Movie Marathon.
  7. Watch “A Christmas Story.”
  8. Hang a pickle ornament on your tree.
  9. Make some peppermint bark.
  10. Make some homemade caramel corn.
  11. Create Pizzelles.
  12. Learn to Ski.
  13. Learn to Snowboard.
  14. Go to a winter concert.
  15. Drive around and look at Christmas lights.
  16. Drive around and see if you can spot a LEG LAMP in someone’s window.
  17. Go Caroling.
  18. Build a snowman (or a sandman if you have no snow.)
  19. Do a winter nature walk.
  20. It’s snowing? Shovel your neighbor’s driveway.
  21. Create an advent calendar for you and the family.
  22. Make a new type of cookie.
  23. Host a cookie exchange.
  24. Give each of your children $5 and turn them loose in Dollar Tree.
  25. Learn how to make donuts.
  26. Take hot chocolate to the guys at the local feed store or hardware store who work outside in the cold.
  27. Donate to a local pet shelter – They can always use those little blankets that are on sale.
  28. Clean out your closets.
  30. Learn to make Chicken Tortilla Soup
  31. Learn to make Chili in your instant pot.
  32. Home make a gift for someone.
  33. Have a bonfire in the backyard.
  34. Donate books to your local Friends of the Library group.
  35. Take cookies to the Police and Fire Departments
  36. Shop at a mom-and-pop store
  37. Purchase winter-themed flowers for your table.
  38. Read a Christmas story in your Pajamas to the kids.
  39. Send out Christmas or Holiday cards
  40. Host a cookie exchange.
  41. Mail a letter to Santa.
  42. Take a photo with Santa.
  43. Leave Cookies for Santa.
  44. Attend a tree-lighting ceremony.
  45.  Cut down your own Christmas Tree. (Call your local forest service office for details.
  46. Make your own Hot Chocolate mix.
  47. Learn how to decorate sugar cookies.
  48. Create a homemade gift.
  49. Call an old friend.
  50. Make a new wreath to hang on your front door.
  51. Make garland for the tree.
  52. Make an ornament for the tree.
  53. Create a handmade Christmas card.
  54. Take your family photos outdoors.
  55. Roast chestnuts on an open first (or on the stove)
  56. Listen to Christmas music while folding laundry or sweeping the floor.
  57. Make a Christmas playlist.
  58. Cut out paper snowflakes.
  59. Hang paper snowflakes around the door.
  60. Sip on hot chocolate
  61. Donate a toy to Toys for Tots.
  62. Volunteer at a soup kitchen or as a bell ringer
  63. Go Ice skating
  64. Watch your favorite holiday movie.
  65. Hang stockings.
  66. Attend a midnight Christmas Eve Service.
  67. See the Nutcracker Ballet
  68. Read Twas the Night before Christmas
  69. Watch the cartoon How the Grinch Stole Christmas
  70. Watch Charlie Brown Christmas
  71. Build a Snowman.
  72. Throw Snowballs.
  73. Get dressed up and attend a holiday party.
  74. Donate Jackets, mittens, hats, or scarves.
  75. Spend an evening wrapping gifts.
  76. Build a gingerbread house.
  77. Make an Advent Calendar.
  78. Drink Eggnog
  79. Make Eggnog from scratch.
  80. Do a random act of kindness.
  81. Spend the afternoon baking.
  82. Take cookies to the neighbor’s house.
  83. Wear an Ugly Sweater.
  84. Wear a Santa hat in public.
  85. Organize a Secret Santa Gift Exchange.
  86. Make a Christmas gift.
  87. Start a new family tradition.
  88. Purchase a nativity for your home.
  89. Send holiday cards to family and friends.
  90. Send holiday cards to the troops.
  91. Drop off holiday cards to a local retirement home.
  92. Make Salt Dough Ornaments
  93. Have a Christmas Craft Day with your kids.
  94. Eat a candy cane.
  95. Make homemade fudge.
  96. Hang Mistletoe and kiss someone under it (Be careful to not hang it around cats or dogs however – It is poisonous to them.
  97. Create Rosette cookies
  98. Buy fuzzy socks to wear around the house.
  99. Learn about Christmas traditions from around the world.
  100. Create a snow globe from a mason jar.
  101. Subscribe to our family’s Youtube Channel at KrisandLarry
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Now all has been heard; here is the conclusion of the matter: Fear God and keep his commandments, for this is the duty of all mankind.

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