We’re rounding the corner to January, which means for some areas of the country, the cold is really setting in. In fact, the Midwest and Northeast regions of the U.S. are expecting up to 6 inches of snow this week alone! With more than half the U.S. covered in the white stuff, we found it fitting to share some of the most productive and fun things to do when the snow has kept you inside.
- Make goals. This treasured alone time is perfect to reflect on what you’d like to achieve for the year. Write down ten things you’d like to accomplish this year, big or small.
- Organize your smartphone. Delete old contacts you haven’t talked to in years, update your mobile apps, and back up those precious photos and videos to the cloud.
- (Finally) Become a Pinterest princess. You’ve taken the time to pin a ton of to-dos, why not take this time to execute?
- Write a hand-written letter. Nothing is more exciting than getting mail (real mail, not bills or junk)! Instill in your friends and family that the written word is not dead and take the time to let them know how much you care. It doesn’t have to be a novel, but the small, handwritten gesture will speak volumes.
- Primp. Take some time to relax and focus on Y-O-U. Try new hair styles, paint your nails, and watch a few YouTube tutorial on new and dramatic makeup looks for an upcoming party.
Regardless of what you do with your new free time, make sure you have the tools to make it productive. Always have a source of power for your devices in the event the snow knocks out your power. After all, what good is your tablet and smartphone if it’s not charged?
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