Canadian Snow Days

Canadian Winters are cold, bitterly dry, and snowy. Luckily this year the winter is only really cold with manageable snow so us Ontarians are able to keep up (not like last year). As I write this, 10 cm of snow is coming down, and I'm really enjoying the beauty of it. Snow days give us a day to actually rest. It's a day where you can kick up your feet, cozy up, and really enjoy the warmth. I unfortunately have essays to right so I'm not completely relaxed at the moment, but after they're done I could be doing any of the following snow day activities. (These are solely indoor) Make some comfort food. Make food that is slow cooked or that is a treat for yourself. Warm food, warm heart.

Catch up on some reading. I have so many books that I want to read leisurely, and a snow day is the perfect opportunity to get through a book.

Watch TV or movies. (Possibly binge watching) TV shows and movies allow you to forget about reality, and escape into comedy, romance, history, or even other peoples' realities. Watch whatever meets your fancy, and enjoy it.

Hot drinks. I drink hot chocolates, lattes, tea, and coffee on a regular basis but a snow day is the perfect opportunity for hot chocolates topped with whip cream and those yummy marshmallows.

It could also be hobby time. By that I mean that if you have a hobby, make some time to do it. Whether its knitting, painting, or anything else, do it and enjoy it.

Lastly, all of these activities can only be possible if you're wearing comfy clothes. I personally like to dedicate a snow day into a pj day, but sweats, leggings, anything that is not restricting is allowed. I'm all for the cozy comfortable look.

These are some examples of things to do on a snow day. Essentially a snow day should be a day where you can take a day for yourself and enjoy the things you like to do. Make sure its cozy, cuddly, and full of heart warming things.

Bingley loves snow days. He loves to watch the snow come down for hours.

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