Winter Bucket List Bullet Journal Page Ideas
One of my favorite Bullet Journal page ideas is a bucket list. There are so many you can create and so much fun to be had!
In this post, we’ll be talking about a winter bucket list to make sure you enjoy the season and get all the benefits of those cold, snowy days.
A bucket list is a very fun way to make sure you live your life to the fullest. This is basically a list of things you want to do, be it during a certain season, on holidays, or maybe just the things you want to do in your life.
The truth is, it’s very easy for us to get into a routine and keep on doing the same thing all the time. But the drawback here is that by staying in our comfort zone and doing the same thing over and over, we forget to look around and do the things that make us happy.
And I don’t necessarily talk about anything huge like bungee jumping or swimming with sharks. It can be something as small as going strawberry picking or making a seasonal coffee drink.
A bucket list will help you to remember to do all the amazing things you love and not get lost in your everyday routine. All you need is to have the list and look at it from time to time to pick a few activities to do.
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Winter Bucket List Ideas
We’ve already discussed so many bucket lists on this blog: spring bucket list, fall bucket list, and Christmas bucket list.
But today, we’re talking about a winter one, and to get your imagination going, here are a few ideas for your list:
- Make snow angels
- Go ice skating
- Drink hot cocoa
- Read a book by a fire
- Go skiing
- Have a snowball fight
- Do a puzzle
- Bake cookies
- Make fondue
- Board game night
- See a play
- Go to a hockey game
- Cook chili
- Start a scrapbook
- Soak in a natural hot springs
- Make a pot of mulled wine
- Write a thank you note
- Build a snowman
The list can go on and on and on. I hope it inspired you and gave you some ideas of what you might want to include in yours.
Just think of the things that make you happy and that you enjoy doing.
Now it’s time to see how you can put these ideas in your Bullet Journal by looking at some winter bucket list page inspirations.
Winter Bucket List Bullet Journal Inspirations
The only thing I want you to keep in mind is that if you want your bucket list to be a simple list - you definitely can.
Your bucket list is about what you write on it, not about the way you make it look. So use these as inspiration, but don't be afraid to make your list completely differently.
Winter Bucket List
Starting with my own bucket list, I'm really happy with the way it turned out and with the fact that it gave me a chance to use some awesome supplies in my collection.
If you want to create something like that, here is what I used: a kraft journal and acrylograph pens. Don't forget that you can get 10% off with my code MASHAPLAN from your order at Archer and Olive.
Cheerful Winter Bucket List
I called this list cheerful because it just makes me think of Christmas, and the colors are so happy.
It does have one Christmas-related thing on the list, but the rest of them can apply for any month of the season.
Minimalist Winter Bucket List
I love this one, it's so simple, and yet with the tiny details, it looks absolutely stunning. I love the header idea and the tiny cozy stickers.
Headers can make such a huge difference in your spread, so if you're looking for some inspiration I recommend you to check my post with 90+ Bullet Journal Header and Title Ideas.
Aesthetic Winter Bucket List
I'm in love with this bucket list; everything is so perfect and pleasing to look at.
I think handwriting is one of the main ways this spread is decorated. I think handwriting can bring so much beauty to every page, so if you want to work on yours, be sure to check my post with 9 Simple Tricks To Improve Your Handwriting.
Winter Bucket List With Kraft Paper
Kraft paper is perfect for decorating your winter bucket list. It brings so much comfort and coziness to the page.
I'm quite obsessed with using kraft paper in my journal, and if you need some more inspiration, be sure to check my post Cozy Kraft Paper Bullet Journal Inspirations.
2022 Winter Bucket List
Lovely bucket list, and it's a great example of how pretty you can make something pretty with stickers.
I also like that each thing has a larger area, not just a checklist. I think you can add, for example, dates of when you completed this thing instead of just marking that you did it.
Black & White Bucket List
This a wonderful example that you don't need color to make something stunning.
I love how every thing pon the list has ana mazing tiny illustration, it's almost like each item is a polaroid picture.
Scrapbooky Winter Bucket List
Absolutely stunning bucket list, and I love this style, with all the beautiful elements here.
I don't really see anything other than the header for the bucket list, but you never know; it might be hidden somewhere behind those wonderful pieces of creative paper.
Cozy Winter Bucket List
This spread looks especially cozy with the red socks and the movie playing on the laptop. I just want to be there, planning in my journal with cozy socks and a fun holiday movie.
Two Page Winter Bucket List
If you want to be more illustrative with your journal, you might want to use two pages.
I love the snowflake on the background of the header; it really makes it clear from the first look that it's a winter-themed page.
Bucket List With Kraft Paper
We're finishing up this lineup with this stunning bucket list that is decorated with my favorite kraft paper.
I love that each checkbox is a star instead of a box. Such a cute idea!
Will you create a bucket list in your Bullet Journal? What will you include?
Let us know in the comments.
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