Winter Bucket List

January 3, 2017

Winter Bucket List from wit & whimsy

I loved how publishing my Fall Bucket List kept me accountable and had me making plans that let me tick something off of my list so today I thought I’d share my Winter Bucket List! Despite weeks of cold weather, since winter only officially began on the 21st of last month, I figure I have a good amount of time to get to work on the below!

For Fall I accomplished all but four so I did carry over one or two ;). And also since I am attempting a dry January it is all the more reason to get to some of these items!

  1. Make homemade hot chocolate and host a movie night.
  2. Attempt to meditate at home.
  3. Visit Central Park after it snows.
  4. Have friends over for a homemade brunch.
  5. Go to Laduree for hot chocolate and pretend to be in Paris (if only for the briefest of moments!)
  6. Try a boxing class.
  7. Visit Emily’s Pizza in Brooklyn.
  8. Make my sister’s tortilla soup recipe.
  9. Print new photos to frame.
  10. Buy a pair of slippers to wear while working from home. (I don’t own any if you can believe it!)
  11. Go to Ivan Ramen.
  12. Visit the Morgan Library.
  13. Have brunch at Bar Tabac.

What is on your guys’ bucket list for this winter!?

p.s. my favorite workout gear & the 2016 bestsellers.

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15 comments on “Winter Bucket List”

  1. Hi! Let me know when you go to Emily- I wanna join you! Just moved in with the bf and right down the street from there 🙂

    1. I’ll email you the recipe! And if you go to Bar Tabac let me know – I hear their croissants are A+ but obviously I have to go and be a judge myself 🙂

  2. Okay, also going to ask for that soup recipe, because it sounds so good! Emily is also AMAZING. Order the “Emily” pizza (I believe that’s what it’s called) It has pistachios and honey and it is SO. GOOD. These are such good ideas — I want to visit Central Park after it snows and the Morgan Library, too!!

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