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8 Ways to Enjoy Time Off Outside in Colder, Winter Months

Updated: May 29, 2022

A list of fun and creative ways you can spend your winter vacation days outside while also nourishing your mind and soul.


Time Off Outside in Colder, Winter Months


With travel restrictions in place during COVID-19, many professionals are not taking time off. And with colder temperatures in winter months, people are even more reluctant. It is harder, but more important than ever, to take time off. With little to no boundaries between work and personal life, and COVID-related stress, people are in desperate need of a mental sorbet.


All it takes is a little change in perception. You actually can take time off during COVID-19, even if it’s cold outside. Just because you can’t fly to the Caribbean or go outside without a proper jacket doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy your leisure time outside.


Here are some fun and creative ways you can spend time outside while also nourishing your mind and soul.



 

Channel your inner farmer at a pick-your-own patch

Surround yourself with the electric yellow leaves of autumn and cocoon yourself in the aroma of freshly brewed cider. Your local orchard is dotted with seasonal gems begging to be picked and whipped into a dish that would make the patron saint of farm-to-table, Dan Barber, proud.


Enjoy a chilly snack by the shore