My Family Holiday Bucket List + Free Printable

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We’ve made some big changes to our lives this year. Celebrating the holidays is going to be better than ever even though we’re living as frugally as possible. A lot of being frugal around the holidays is focusing more on time together than buying gifts. This year I have a holiday bucket list for our family to make things more special. You can do the same with your family.

That’s why I wanted to get a head start sharing our family holiday bucket list.

My partner and I are spending our 3rd Christmas together already! How time flies. It’s been a hard transition to this new life but now we have some great work-life balance so it’s easier to make the holidays social.

Here’s my Christmas activity list

  • Visit Santa and get photos
  • Check out some holiday light displays
  • Watch Christmas movies as a family
  • Read Christmas stories to the kids
  • Have the kids make Christmas cards to send to family
  • Make holiday gifts for family members
  • String popcorn garland
  • Bake cookies together
  • Make some home made Christmas decorations
  • Wrap presents together
  • Write and send letters to Santa
  • Have a hot chocolate family party
  • Go to a local Christmas party
  • Make gifts for teachers
  • Sing Christmas carols at home

Due to personal circumstances we haven’t introduced the kids to religion but I grew up attending a Christmas church service every year. Your family also might enjoy spending time teaching or celebrating the biblical story of Christmas too.

My Family Holiday Bucket List

Click here to download a printable family bucket list to fill out

Maybe put on some Christmas carols and get yourself into the Christmas spirit while you fill that out. You can also do a bucket list for you and your partner to make the season special and romantic.

What’s on your family holiday bucket list?

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