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Top 5 Ways to Beat the Winter Blues

By October 27, 2019May 27th, 2020Blog

Things have truly started to cool down in the UK and reports are saying we could be in for the coldest winter in 50 years! With this chilly thought in mind, we’ve put together a list of the 5 best ways to beat the winter blues this cold season…

1. Get Moving

There are countless studies supporting the fact that exercise is a great way to lift your mood! Whether you want to embrace the stunning winter landscape with some hiking or reminisce or escape into some warmer temperatures with some hot yoga – getting into a regular workout routine will be a sure fired way to get you feeling good on the inside and outside!

2. Start Planning Your Next Summer

Leaping into your next summer adventure is the perfect solution to take the sting out of a freezing cold day. Booking a week away sailing in the Mediterranean or British Virgin Islands will brighten up your mood in an instant, and it isn’t as hard as you might think! There are some amazing travel companies that will take all the organising pressure of your hands, and we’ve even put together a handy setp-by-step guide if you’re unsure where to begin.

3. Explore Your City

The cold can often make us want to hole up indoors and neglect the amazing things that could be right on your doorstep. A day dedicated to an interesting museum trip, refreshing day in nature, or looking up what fun events are going on nearby can give you a great reason to get out and bring some excitement into a grey day.

4. Have an Interior Design Shakeup

Some simple changes to your home can make you feel as though you’re somewhere new. Putting up some summer photos can brighten up your home in the winter, check out our guide to taking great holiday snaps to make sure next time you go away you get some great shots!

5. Find a New Passion

There are endless, inexpensive ways to learn a new skill or find a new hobby. Maybe grab a yoga mat and turn your living room into your own private studio a couple of times a week, or pick up a new instrument and find some lessons in your area. Doing something new will definitely brighten up your day to day!



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