It's all too familiar during the winter. You are stuck inside, yet again, due to the latest snowstorm, bitterly cold polar vortex, or gloomy rain. But it doesn't need to be an all-day drag when there are many fun activities at hand. Try any of these entertaining ideas, and note that catching up on extra work and doing chores are not on the fun list! See also: Fun Winter Staycation Ideas. What better time to get excited for your summer vacation than on a cold winter's day? Check out warm weather websites and magazines, and plan a future getaway with friends and family while you have the downtime. Time to step it up from the on-the-run breakfast you usually have and make some French toast, bacon, or eggs to enjoy. Or try something different, but easy, like skillet apple pancakes.
The sunshine has mostly disappeared and the leaves have fallen off the trees, which can only mean that Winter is definitely closing in. Instead of just hiding out under the covers at home waiting for the snow to melt and the beach weather to return, strap on your snow boots, put on some gloves, and take advantage of the change of season by creating a Winter Bucket List filled with cold-weather activities and fun things to do. Invite all your friends over to root for your favorite team. From mozzarella sticks to Italian stuffed Jalapenos, even if your team is not victorious at least the food will be good. Bundle up, break out your portable seat and spend a relaxing albeit chilly day fishing for your dinner.
These are a collection of 24 of the best snowman crafts for kids to do to keep them busy during the cold winter months or for kids in warm weather. A Snowman Glove Craft is easy to make and perfect to give! Using gloves turns this craft into the perfect gift this winter season. A DIY that is kid-friendly and fun using microwave popcorn packages! Kids will love making and playing with this snowflake sensory bottle, perfect for winter.
When we were children, getting cooped up during the winter usually meant hours of playtime. Of course, I'm sure we all have a list of boring errands that we need to do. But who says we can't have some downtime? We totally deserve to get in on the fun. There are significantly less rules than when we were children.