Things To Do In the Winter

With winter about to start there are a lot of activities that you should complete to bring yourself to fruition of the wonderful season. These activities are little to no cost. They only require the willingness of you to experience a great winter season.

Coffee Time

Build a snowman. Make your own Olaf.

Go sledding or snowboarding with friends and family.

Have a massive snowball fight.

Go out with friends and/or family to see the christmas lights

Buy a new outfit. Pick out something comfy and cozy for the everlasting winter season.

Make amazing hot cocoa. Give the Swiss Miss packages a rest and make some hot chocolate from scratch.

Stay in and watch seasonal movies in your comfy jammies.

Sit by a warm fire. Nothing warms you more than a classic fireplace.

Try something new. A new year is approaching, try starting a new thing in advance.Sledding

Write a letter to someone you love/appreciate.

Read a great book. Keep yourself occupied during snow days with a story that excites you.

Wrap yourself in fluffy blanket. We all have them, grab one and get cozy.

Bake something. This is the perfect season to stay inside and bake cookies or some other delicious treat. Don’t forget to decorate your product!

Movie marathon. Bring out all those old and new movies and just relax.

Lend a helping hand and shovel snow for people, make a few bucks too. Here in New England we can get tons of snow and everyone appreciates all the assistance removing it that they can get.

Video game marathon. Grab your friends and controls and get playing.

Play board games. A timeless winter activity.

Watch cheesy Lifetime movies. We all love these movies.

Complete a jigsaw puzzle. This is fun on those days when you can’t help but stay cozy inside.

Organize your closet. Remove all those extra pairless socks and get ready for grandma’s new edition of socks for you.

Create a list of New Year’s resolutions. The new year is around the corner and what’s a better way to go into the new year than with goals to strive for.

Go watch the Nutcracker. This is a classic show to see, some families find this to be their most important tradition.

Wrap yourself in gift paper. Be silly and create the strangest shaped present.

Contributors:

Megan Downer

Senior Megan Downer has been in the Blue and Gold since her freshman year and is now the newspaper’s Editor-In-Chief. Before coming to Malden High, she went to Ferryway for middle school. When Megan has any free time she likes to motivate herself to either read or write. Writing for her is an “outlet for raw emotions” which is what motivates her to pick up some paper and a pen and let the words flow. Megan’s other hobbies include hiking and being outside. She also enjoys watching shows such as Pretty Little Liars and One Tree Hill. She is part of Malden High’s varsity field hockey team as lucky number 7. If she could only eat one meal for the rest of her life it would “probably [be] some good chicken, mac and cheese and a biscuit.” and if she had to wear only one color for the rest of her life, she would choose maroon or black because it “goes with everything.” After high school, her goals are to finish college, become a successful writer and to go into a career that helps others.

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