Winter bucket list revisited

Social distancing in the park can be a great way to get out of the house.

Social distancing in the park can be a great way to get out of the house.

Morgan Beham, Reporter

This winter has differed from the last, including having to decrease those you have contact with to businesses having closed. In an online survey, 42 students said their bucket lists consist of going out of the country, cliff jumping, sky diving, and raising money to donate to childhood cancer. Although the pandemic has limited the amount of these things able to be accomplished, students brainstormed a few ideas to stay safe and smart this winter.

1. Staying home.

Simple yet effective, staying home is the easiest way to stop the spread of the virus. However, it doesn’t have to be a chore. Rearrange your room, binge watch a TV show, or find a new hobby.

2. Shopping online.

Shopping online is an efficient way to shop without leaving the comfort of your home. Online shopping reduces the risk of catching or spreading COVID-19.

3. Drinking hot chocolate.

Try your hand at hot chocolate bombs with creative toppings of your choice. 

4. Spending time with family.

Utilize time stuck in the house by spending time with your immediate family members. 

5. Playing games.

Whether you prefer video games or classic board games, a pandemic is the perfect time to flex your Mario Kart or Monopoly skills.