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January Bucket List Ideas

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Looking for January Bucket List Ideas for Kids? How about a Monthly Interview? January Craft Projects can tie right into their favorite things. Plus this makes a great Indoor Winter Activity! Teachers can use this as a Classroom Bulletin Board for January too! 
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Interview Kids on the 1st of every month to see how they grow and change throughout the year.

Welcome to January 1st where Billy is building the last of the cool new thing the boys got for Christmas before we head down to watch the Ducks play in the Rose Bowl. At my mom’s house though… Pretty happy (so are the boys) that’s right at the top of our January Bucket List Ideas.

January Bucket List Ideas

New Year, new goals as I’m sure you’re all quite aware. As excited as I am to start organizing my taxes I’ve got plenty of other things I’m looking forward to this month. I like to call January the year’s Monday because we hit the ground running and dive right into the hard stuff like goals, planning, and organizing. But, here are the fun things I have planned along with the tough stuff.

1- Me this Month Interviews | Mom Winning

The boys are the perfect age to start fun new traditions like these monthly interviews. I wanted to do this last year but, here we are. {New Me!} On the first of every month, I’m going to have one of these fun printable interviews for the boys to complete. Then, obviously, hang on to them forever and share them at their weddings tuck them away safely.

Looking for January Bucket List Ideas for Kids? How about a Monthly Interview? January Craft Projects can tie right into their favorite things. Plus this makes a great Indoor Winter Activity! Teachers can use this as a Classroom Bulletin Board for January too! 
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Interview Kids on the 1st of every month to see how they grow and change throughout the year.

Please feel free to join me in this excessive parenting tradition by printing your own January Interview

Looking for January Bucket List Ideas for Kids? How about a Monthly Interview? January Craft Projects can tie right into their favorite things. Plus this makes a great Indoor Winter Activity! Teachers can use this as a Classroom Bulletin Board for January too! 
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Interview Kids on the 1st of every month to see how they grow and change throughout the year.

2- Mom Life Organizing

In January I always evaluate my Mom Block Command Center. It has really evolved over the years and tends to move around the house. Reading my old blog post I realize how much I need to update it, so maybe I’ll add that to my January Bucket List. If you don’t have a command center yet, add making one to your list and I’ll add editing my post to mine!

Read the How to Build your Mom Block Command Center Post

3- Make that Mommy Money

Per usual, I hit the ground running in January with a LOT of financial goals, Etsy goals, and blogging goals. Billy and I just went over my giant bookkeeping spreadsheet and the numbers were exciting to see for 2019, especially last October {Thanks Team!} But of course I just see areas where I need to improve. A few years ago when I embarked on this whole new career path of a blogging income I tracked my progress for the year. If you are tackling a new WAHM path you can read about it and follow along with the huge steps I took month by month, starting in January to forge your own path… In my first year, I made $9,335.46 online. Fast forward three years and I just closed out 2019 at $40k+ for online income. A journey I think might be worth following if you’re interested.

Read My 12 Month Blogging Journey | Online Income Goals 2016

This year I’m hoping to add Poshmark to the mix. Really only to clear out my old clothes and maternity clothes. I spent a ridiculous amount of time last summer trying to sell baby clothes for only $0.50 in garage sales that consumed my weekends and nothing. Nobody came or wanted to buy them. So I’ll try the online game this year and see where it gets me. We’re going to Disneyland again so I’ll take all the spare change I can get!

Join Poshmark yourself and install the free app here:
https://posh.mk/nUeEqMuJP2

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4- Toddler School

I really shouldn’t even call it this anymore now that the boys have actually started school, but here it is. A problem for another day. On the January Bucket List for Early Education {there, fixed} I have a bunch of fun winter-themed ideas. You can visit the Month by Month Toddler School Page for the whole year or click through the January Themes right now:

January Themes

How to make Snow Paint | $2 DIY Recipe
4 Sensory Boxes for Indoor Play
Pantry Power {Sensory Bin}
Cardboard Concerts {Upcycled Instruments}

5- More Mom Winning- Wyatt’s Birthday

This final Bucket List item might not be for everyone, but if you’re a mom planning a kid’s birthday party in the snow-cold winter it might help. This year Wyatt turns 5 on 1/23 and we’re doing a 5-4-3-2-1 Blast Off Outer Space Party. I really need to start getting my act together. Last year Wyatt turned FORE! with his Golf Themed Party that has been blowing up Pinterest for a year. I’m not sure how we’ll top that yet but time will tell. Catch all the parties:

What is on your January Bucket List?

I hope you all have an amazing month and feel free to tell me all about your January Goals in the comment section below.


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Hi There! I’m Kandice
Wife, WAHM and mother to 2 Hooligan boys, sharing my Sweet & Sticky Story of Motherhood.
Life changes after 2 Toddlers {obviously} so now I’m sharing how I turn those every day #MomProblems into a Story of #MomWinning by building new Small Systems, Organizing Mom Routines and Making Mommy Money Online by Blogging.

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