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Indoor Hobbies To Get You Through the Winter.

The likelihood of leaving the house for anything other than essentials decreases exponentially with the temperature outside. Below freezing? Yeah, probably staying indoors. 10 degrees with a wind chill? For the days (or months) when the weather is less than ideal, it’s easy for our productivity—and general satisfaction with life—to come to a screeching halt as we hole up with blankets, junk food, and a long, long Netflix queue.




1. Create something new in the kitchen.

Find a recipe and watch along on YouTube to create a new dish. Tamales, Ravioli,

Cookies - the possibilities are endless! Check out Basics with Babish for a start!


2. Find your Zen with Yoga

Yoga is great for your health, there are several resources on YouTube to explore and try!

3. Learn a new language

Why not spend all winter learning a new language, then try out your newfound skills on your spring or summer vacation? This hobby will keep your mind stimulated and, if you keep it up, give your resume a major boost. Plus, you’ll be challenging your mind and have a goal to work toward (like watching that French film without subtitles), which always makes hobbies more fulfilling.

4. Create with knitting

Knitting is a classic hobby for a number of reasons. For one, once you’ve got the basics down, you can do it while also doing other things (like watching TV or listening to a great podcast or audiobook).


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