Only the third one.
The second is Activities and the first really isn’t a problem. Or at least you haven’t made it one yet. If Santa starts turning up the heat and the elves start reading some kind of nefarious plan into it—then you can make it an instance of Developing a Plan.
Inconceivable, by the way, is under Conceiving an Idea, not Conceptualizing. Problems coming up with an idea are much different than problems putting ideas together. The first is the preposterous notion that anyone can cook (Ratatouille), the second is the difficulty redefining our place in modern America suburbia (American Beauty).
Whenever I do these I always look to the quad underneath to help. I look to Sense of Self, State of Beung, Situation and Circumstances to create problems of Conceptualizing. And I look to Permission, Need, Expediency, and Deficiency to create problems of Conceiving. It helps to develop a more holistic understanding of the term.