Do you love the spooky season? Are you looking to have more Halloween fun this October? Create a Halloween-themed bucket list with your family or friends. If you need inspiration, check out the following ideas for your 2022 Halloween bucket list.
Decorate for Halloween
Make and send out Halloween cards.
Visit your local pumpkin patch.
Bake pumpkin seeds.
Try a new pumpkin recipe.
Give out Boo gifts.
Create a spooky playlist.
Host or attend a Halloween party.
Make your own Halloween costume.
Try bobbing for apples.
Read a thriller or horror novel.
Go on a haunted hayride.
Create and hang a spooky wreath.
Hand out candy on Halloween night.
Participate in Trunk-or-Treat
Make Halloween slime.
Make Halloween play dough.
Purchase a Halloween mug for hot cocoa or mulled cider.
Join or watch a zombie walk.
Visit a haunted fun house.
Attend a murder mystery dinner.
Bake pumpkin bread.
Hike a haunted trail.
Navigate through a Halloween-themed corn maze.
Create a Halloween tree.
Go on a haunted tour.
Look at local decorations.
Eat a Halloween-themed meal by candlelight.
Binge-watch the entire series of The Adams Family or the Munsters (or both)
Host a bonfire and tell scary ghost stories.
Create a Halloween-themed gingerbread house.
Take an evening walk with flashlights. (Many local or state parks host events around Halloween)
Watch: “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.”
Create a Halloween village.
Paint a pumpkin.
Wear Halloween colors: orange and black.
Host a movie night with Halloween-themed snacks.
Make Halloween masks.
Visit an escape room.
Do a Halloween-themed photoshoot.
Host a Halloween crafting session.
Make Soul Cakes.
Write your own Halloween story.
Go look at local Halloween decorations.
Attend a Boo at the Zoo event.
Host a Halloween scavenger hunt.
Watch: “Hocus Pocus” 1 & 2
Host a Halloween crafting session.
Host a Witches’ Tea
Attend a Pumpkin weigh-off competition.
Dance to “Monster Mash” & “Thriller”
Get your face painted at a local event.
Wear Halloween pajamas.
Eat candy corn.
Make pumpkin pancakes.
Bake Halloween cookies.
Participate in a Halloween fun walk or Run 5K
Make paper Mache pumpkins.
Tie-dye a t-shirt orange and black.
Go to a Halloween parade.
Make popcorn balls.
Make a costume for your pet.
Paint Halloween-themed rocks to hide around the neighborhood.
Fall ushers in cooler weather, football games, tailgating, and changing leaves. The season is a great time to enjoy everything Autumn. Gather your friends and family to make a fall bucket list. If you need inspiration, check out the following ideas for your fall bucket list.
Go apple picking.
Watch cider pressing.
Bake a homemade apple pie.
Go on a hayride.
Go to a pumpkin patch.
Hike in a state or national park.
Host a bonfire.
Make a fall wreath.
Eat pumpkin spice waffles or pancakes.
Make a DIY bird feeder.
Make a scrapbook of your summer adventures.
Rake fallen leaves into large piles and jump in.
Take a fall family or friends’ professional photo.
Go on a nature walk.
Photograph the colorful foliage.
Eat pumpkin cheesecake.
Have a fall picnic.
Eat a Carmel apple.
Go to a football game.
Go to a homecoming parade
Make homemade apple jelly, apple butter, or apple sauce.
Make a scarecrow.
Visit a fall-themed festival.
Host a game night.
Do fall crafts.
Drink pumpkin spiced latte.
Go star gazing.
Go to a farmer’s market for fresh vegetables and fruit.
Make an entire meal from your farmers’ market finds.
The first official day of Autumn is almost here. Are you ready for new Autumn adventures? Gather your family or friends together and enjoy the season. Do you need ideas to add to your Autumn bucket list? Check out the following for inspiration.
Most of the time on New Year’s Eve, I stay home with my pets. Living in Michigan, the weather is not exactly great for hanging outside around midnight. Leaving my house at 10 pm is just not something I do. Yes, I realize this behavior makes me old. This year in St. Johns, Michigan, there was a ball drop event.
Watching the ball drop in New York is one of my items on my bucket list. I realize our little local ball drop is nothing in comparison. But the event was still fantastic to attend.
I admit, there is something special about a group of diverse people loudly counting down to midnight to usher in the new year. The bright colored ball with 2020 shining brightly against the dark sky was perfect.
Least Favorite Part
Even though the local bars were still open for business, I personally would have loved to seen local vendors set up. What can I say, an elephant ear or fried cake would have been an excellent addition to the evening.
Will I attend the event again?
Yes, most definitely. The ball drop did not occur properly due to a malfunction. I would like to witness the ball drop as the count down happens. Of course, I am still hoping for an elephant ear covered in powder sugar.
What you need to know if you attend?
If you attend in the future, dress in warm clothes. The Michigan nights are cold. Even with the close proximity to everyone, the night air was chilly.
Ushering in a magical time of year, the holiday season is now in full swing. Soon, your schedule will be busy with all sorts of work, school, and other Christmas time commitments. Taking time to enjoy every moment is vital to making long-lasting memories.
Before you realize, Christmas vacation will be here. Get the best out of your holidays, make a Christmas Season Bucket List. Ask your family or friends for ideas on how to make the holiday season more fun.
Ideas for Your Christmas Season Bucket List
Do you need some inspiration to get your bucket list started? Consider the following activities for your Christmas Season Bucket List.
Decorate for Christmas
Put up the Christmas Tree
Decorate and hang stockings (don’t forget to add one for your dog)
Make your own Christmas ornaments
Go to the library to get Christmas-themed books
Bake and decorate Christmas cookies
Attend a Christmas parade
Visit Santa (Yes, even adults can have their picture taking with Santa. Enjoy the season!)
Make homemade Christmas cards
Go to a community event
Decorate a gingerbread house
Make holiday goodies to deliver to friends and relatives
Go ice skating
Host an Ugly Christmas Sweater party
Build a snowman
Host a Christmas tea
Have a Christmas movie marathon
Make homemade hot cocoa (perfect for the movie marathon)
Sponsor a child or donate to a local charity
Make a Christmas wreath (make an extra one to give to a friend)
Ride around to view Christmas lights and other holiday displays
Donate toys and gently used coats to your local charity
Make cookies or cupcakes for your local fire department
Get a professional Christmas portrait
Attend a live Nativity
Go to Christmas services at a local church
Host a Christmas craft day
Go sledding or snowboarding
Play in the snow
Build a snowman
Call loved ones who live far away
Regardless of what you decide to do, spend quality time with those you love. Don’t forget to take lots of pictures of your activities. Make a Christmas scrapbook. Have fun, and enjoy the Christmas season.
Halloween is just around the corner. Are you looking for something fun to do to put you in a witchy mood? Start by making a Halloween bucket list. Gather your family or friends to come up with the perfect list to make this Halloween memorable.
The week of Easter is generally busy with preparations for dinner and other events. Creating an Easter week bucket list helps you to enjoy the holiday week. Gather your family or friends to find the perfect Easter activities to celebrate this time of year.
Easter Week Bucket List Ideas
Do you need help coming up with Easter bucket list activities? Consider the following ideas:
Make Homemade Easter Decorations: Spend time creating your own Easter decorations. Use construction paper to make Easter eggs and other related decorations. The process is a fun family activity for everyone to enjoy.
Make and Deliver Homemade Easter Cards: Homemade Easter cards adds a special touch to the greetings. The activity is an ideal family time activity.
Go to a Local Easter Egg Hunt: Many community organizations hold Easter egg hunts. Or you can host your own Easter egg hunt in your backyard.
Go to the Library or your Local Book Store: Checking out or purchasing Easter books helps set the mood for the holiday week.
Decorate, Fill and Deliver an Extra Easter Basket: Do you know someone who could use some Easter cheer. Make an extra basket for a family member or friend.
Watch Easter Themed Movies: Check out Netflix or purchase a new Easter DVD. Make popcorn and host a family night.
Buy Easter Peeps: Peeps are an Easter tradition. For extra fun, try placing the Peeps in the microwave.
Make an Easter Diorama: If you do not eat the Peeps, you can always add them to an Easter themed diorama. Creating an Easter diorama is a perfect decoration piece for your holiday weekend.
Attend a Good Friday or Easter Service: Many churches host special Good Friday and Easter services. Even if you do not regularly attend, the service may be an uplifting experience.
Host an Easter Dinner or BBQ: Plan a dinner or cookout for your family and friends. Gathering people together for Easter makes the holiday more memorable.
Buy Easter Candy: Everyone loves holiday candy. The wide selection allows you to find the perfect treat for your family to enjoy.
Dye Easter Eggs: Gather your family or friends together to dye Easter eggs. Dying eggs is a long standing Easter tradition.
Photo with the Easter Bunny: Many community events host Easter bunny photo opportunities to help raise funds. The photo instantly becomes a memento. At the same time, you will be supporting a valued community organization.
Professional Easter Portrait: Dressing up and getting a professional portrait is a perfect Easter activity.
Participating in different Easter activities is fun for the whole family. Cross one or all of the ideas off your bucket list.
School’s out! Now, what is the first thing you hear –“I’m bored.” Consider creating a summer bucket list with your children to help chase away the boredom. Keep in mind, the list should be ideas you are willing or able to do.
Creating the Bucket List
Make the summer bucket list a family project. Use a notebook or purchase a poster board to write out your ideas. Consider using a different colored marker for each child. Allow each family member to come up with different activities. Of course, younger children may need help with the writing part of the project.
Summer Bucket List Ideas
Summer bucket lists can be simple everyday items to planned vacation adventures. The choice is up to you.
If you are uncertain on the type of activities, become a tourist in your town or surrounding towns. Use an Internet search. Local activities often get overlooked. Providing you a chance to join in on the fun on a weekly basis, community activities are free or minimal costs to participate.
When most people think about bucket lists, ideas of long exotic vacations usually come to mind. A bucket list can consist of anything. With the official kick-off of the summer season, why not create a bucket list to enjoy the warm months?
Now, school is out, the summer boredom’s probably are already setting in. Creating a summer bucket list can help discover new local sites and other fun activities. Allowing you to keep from hearing those words, “I am bored”. In addition to chasing away the summer boredoms, you and loved ones will be given a chance to learn and explore.
Consider adding a variety of items to the list. Allow your children to help participate in creating the summer bucket list ideas may surprise you.
Being a strong advocate of unplugging from electronic devices, being outdoors is a great way to spend a day or afternoon.
Go to the Park: Local and state parks can be an exciting getaway.
Go to the Splash Park: Many communities open splash parks. Playing in the water with peers is a great way to spend the afternoon.
Go Swimming or Take Swim Lessons: Being at the pool or at the beach is a perfect way to spend the day.
Go Hiking: Unplug for the day. Leave your electronic devices behind, well, except for a cell phone for emergencies.
Picnic: Go on a picnic. You do not need to pack a fancy picnic basket. Just go, peanut butter and jelly make a quick lunch. Enjoy the outdoors.
Stargazing: Spread out a blanket in the backyard at night to watch the stars. Popcorn and making up stories make a wonderful night out.
Attend Local Fairs and Festivals: Summertime is the perfect opportunity to attend local fairs and festivals. Many hold a theme, providing you with a chance to learn about different foods, culture or other interesting events.
Music in the Park: Local art councils generally host music in the park series. Attending the weekly concerts provide you and your family a chance to learn about new music genres.
Watch the Sunset: The beauty of a sunset or sunrise is a perfect memory.
Volunteer: Summertime generally brings numerous volunteer hours. Help clean up the environment. Volunteer your time at a local animal shelter, many need dog walkers. Volunteer your time at a nursing home. Even a couple hours a week allows you to try something new. For teens, volunteering looks good on college applications. You also get a chance to meet others outside of your normal group.
For Rainy Days
Museums: Look up local art, science and history museums. When was the last time you visited your hometown museum? Many museums have special kid days to try to get youth interested in specific genres.
Attend Workshops: Learning a new skill at any age is a benefit.
Host a Movie Marathon: Order pizza and spend an afternoon watching the Harry Potter series or other movie franchises.
Art Day: Spend a day creating art. Painting, sculpt, or drawing enhances the imagination.
Go to the Library: Local libraries usually host summer reading programs. Allowing your children to participate with others in the community.
A summer bucket list is only limited by your imagination. Life is short. Try something new. Spend the summer having fun.