Sharing my 2022 Winter Bucket List in case you need any inspiration!
My love for seasonal bucket lists began in 2013. After leaving a relationship in 2012, I needed to learn how to find myself again. I had truly lost myself while in the relationship. I wanted to do things that I used to love and I wanted to try new things. I just wanted to find made me happy or create new happiness for myself.
If you’re curious about going back in the archives here’s a comprehensive list of all my Winter and Summer bucket lists. I started with a summer bucket list in 2013. From there I decided to also make a winter one so that I could make the most of our cold, snowy winters up in Canada.
Winter Bucket Lists – 2020 (after pregnancy announcement), 2020 (before pregnancy announcement), 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015 and 2014
Summer Bucket Lists – 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014 and 2013
I took a break in 2020 to have babies (I’m a twin mom!). So there was no 2020 or 2021 summer bucket list or 2021 winter bucket list but were back! I’m so excited for this winter. This year’s list is a mix of things I’d like to do on my own, with my husband and with our babies!
The 2022 Winter Bucket List
Things We’ve Checked Off The Bucket List So Far
We’ve already taken the twins tobogganing twice already!
The Wim Hof challenge cold dip I’m qualifying as our polar bear plunge (although we’re still planning on doing more cold dips AND in the Ottawa river)
Over the holidays I baked AIP snickerdoodles and gingerbread cookies and made non-alcoholic apple cider sangria. Here’s a variation on the one that I made from one of their cookbooks.
How To Achieve Everything On The List
The best way that I’ve found to tackle these types of bucket lists is to literally plan out which challenges you’re going to tackle on which weekends.
Let me know what’s on your winter bucket list this year?
One thought on “2022 Winter Bucket List”
A great way to accomplish some of the many things you want to do in your life is through a bucket list. Great article! -Ryan