Activities you can do during the holidays
It’s been a week since schools have closed and there are a whole two more weeks of the holidays left. Are you feeling bored or feel like you don’t know what to do for the rest of your holidays? Here are a few ideas:
Watch movies or series
Because winter is cold, doing outdoor activities can be tricky. Luckily, you don’t have to leave your house in order to do certain activities, like catching up on your favourite shows. If you can’t go anywhere, why not spend the rest of your holidays on the couch binge-watching all of your favourite movies and tv shows?
What’s a better way to have fun while being warm than a pyjama party with your besties? And since it’s winter, you can have an all-day pj partner - just get some snacks, good movies or music and have fun.
Reading can be a great way to beat boredom and to spend some time with yourself. If you don’t have books to read, you can catch up on your favourite online blogs or magazines. If you want to go out and get some books but need inspiration, read these articles:
Learn how to make soup
Have you ever wanted to learn how to make soup, especially for winter? You can spend part of your holidays learning new recipes so you can spoil your loved ones. Simply search the internet or find a recipe book at the local library for all sorts of recipes.
You can also learn by helping out at your nearest charity when they do soup drives. What’s better than learning a new skill and helping out in your community at the same time?
Learn a new hobby
Having a hobby can be a good thing, but when it gets really cold - we tend to lose interest. Instead of waiting for spring and summer, you can always invest your time in learning hobbies that don’t require you to be outdoors, like knitting or blogging for example.
As you can see Choma, there is no need for you to feel like your holidays are not worthwhile because you have nothing to do and it’s cold. What matters the most, is your safety and keeping warm while you re-energise for the third term.
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