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1. Do Some Indoor Workouts


Keep warm by working out and exercising your body. Research some at-home workouts, find an open area in your house, and grab some water. Many workouts don’t require any gym equipment. Don’t forget to warm up and stretch before you start! Your summer body will be here before you know it!
Here’s some ideas to get you started!
Self.com
Muscle and Fitness
Qalo.com Blog



2. Get Cooking


Look up some yummy recipes online or order a cookbook and start cooking! Get your family involved or have some friends over to help you prepare a nice home cooked meal. Get creative and try something new! Explore new cuisines or try perfecting a meal you’ve made a thousand times before. If you need some inspiration, here’s some recipes we want to try too…
Bacon Wrapped Avocado Eggs: Thrillist
Kung Pao Chicken: All Recipes
Baked Mac and Cheese: Food Network
Cheesecake: Food Network




Indoor Garden



3. Grow a Mini Garden


Try gardening some herbs like cilantro or mint in your kitchen or build an indoor garden with avocados, carrots, and tomatoes! Make sure there’s enough sunlight or get grow lights and don’t forget to water your plants. Even if you don’t think you have a green thumb, it doesn’t hurt to try and grow some fruits and veggies and maybe save yourself some money next time you visit the grocery store!



4. Start Journaling


Writing in a journal can help to clear your mind and a nice way to reflect upon the day. It can help you to meditate and focus on yourself. You can also use your journal to write down your goals weekly or monthly or even yearly. Write a little bit everyday and look back to track your development and see how you grow.




Volunteers



5. Go Volunteer


Visit your local animal shelter or stop into a hospital. Homeless shelters and soup kitchens are also always looking for help. Volunteering is a great opportunity to get out of the house and make a real difference. Take the winter to give back to your community and help others stay warm. Ask your family and friends to tag along!



6. Take On A DIY Project


Get creative and take on a do-it-yourself project — big or small! Build that table you saved on Pinterest or reorganize the garage like you’ve been talking about doing for years now. Projects are a great way to get innovative and imaginative. Big DIYs are fun to do with others and you can hold each other accountable to make sure you finish it! To get your creative juices flowing, here’s some fun projects to get you started…
Lifehack.org
The Spruce Crafts
Buzzfeed