Winter Weekends: What To Do In Your Free Time When It’s Raining Outside

Winter grips us, and short days, cold and rainy (or snowy), too often force us to spend the weekends indoors, taking advantage of the sweet domestic warmth. Yes, sometimes great boredom, which makes us see the still distant spring as a mirage.

Obviously, bad weather is often a limit when you have free time to spend, a sort of ballast that you would like to free yourself from so as not to waste the Saturday and Sunday hours twisting your thumbs on the sofa at home fixed on the TV, Telesales channels and period films. To make winter weekends lighter and more productive, you can instead dedicate yourself to creative and recreational activities to give a little light to the afternoons darkened by the climate. Here is more.

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The bad weather can certainly be a problem, but if you want to have fun, it should never be an obstacle to getting your nose out of the house. The delightful idea is to spend a few hours in the tea room with your closest friends, perhaps using only one car to avoid parking problems, even more, difficult to find when the weather is raging.

Winter Weekends: What To Do In Your Free Time When It's Raining Outside
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A chat between women, chocolate, or a hot herbal tea with biscuits, are an anti-boredom cure that also cements friendships. Alternatively, it is always a good idea to go to the cinema, choosing a good movie to watch with trusted friends or with your partner. Often, multiplexes are then incorporated into shopping centers, so we can also miss a little shopping sooner or later.

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And if bad luck wants us to be forced into the house, cheered only by the company of the cat, no fear. A little healthy DIY to create home decorations, customize clothing, or make bijoux is just what it takes.

While waiting for the sun to arrive and entice us to do outdoor activities, we train our creative minds to spend happy and carefree hours.

Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff

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