The Ultimate Winter Survival Guide

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As much as you may want to deny it, winter is here. For many people, this means a long, depressing wait until spring finally starts to show its face once again. But there are plenty of ways that you can make the colder months that little bit more bearable, and these are the things we are going to be talking about in this article. So, here they are, the best ways to keep yourself sane during winter!

 

Turn Your Home into a Den

Dean Martin had it right – even if the weather outside is frightful, the fire is so delightful! So, you should make sure that your home is as cosy as possible. Now is the time to get your boiler serviced and maybe even install a smart thermostat if you don’t have one already. Stock up on pillow and blankets, and check out these home interior design trends for winter. Your home should be a haven where you can relax and hibernate until the warm weather returns!

 

Stay Active

Even though your home may be an inviting den, that doesn’t mean that you should stop exercising for the season. In fact, this is one of the only things that is going to keep you sane! And if the weather conditions are terrible outside, you can still do plenty from the comfort of your own home. This is the perfect time to set up your own home gym, so you can exercise without having to leave your comfortable den.

 

Avoid Dry Eyes and Skin

There is no doubt about it; winter hates your face! Your skin and eyes are two of the things that will suffer the most, so these are what you need to take really good care of. Cover them up as much as possible with a hat, scarf and sunglasses. Use a good moisturiser and a humidifier if you think the house feels a little dry. This should also help out with those annoying static electric shocks!

 

Keep Yourself Healthy

Continuing with the healthy theme, you need to take extra steps during the winter months to ensure that you keep your well being in tip-top condition. Make sure that you get plenty of sleep and take on a lot of fluids. Wash your hands on a regular basis, and make sure you don’t go out of the house with wet hair.

 

Plan a Getaway

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Of course, the most obvious way to survive the colder months is by getting away from them entirely! There are plenty of great winter destinations that you could visit to soak up a bit of sunshine. Even if you can’t get away this season, it can keep you sane just to plan your next holiday for the spring or summer ahead.

So, hopefully after reading through these five pieces of advice, you feel a little more prepared to take on the winter and everything it has to throw at you.

Never fear, spring will be here before you know it!       

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