1. Deep clean your home.  

Whether you are getting ready to put your home on the market or you are feeling the need for cleaning your surroundings then now is a great time to get started.  We found this great article entitled, Ways For Deep Cleaning Your Home In  Just 7 Days.    I don't know about you, but I find putting a time limit on it is helpful and breaking it down into bite size pieces makes it not so overwhelming, right?

 

 

 

2. Start a Knitting Project.

Have you ever wanted to make something from the heart for a friend who has just had a child or for a loved one?  Here is an article showing you ideas for "15 Knitting Projects To Do This Winter."  As they say, it is the perfect project as you don't have to even leave your couch and can stay warm under a blanket. 

 

 

 

3. Do Some Projects With The Teens And Yes, I Did Say Teenagers.

Your teenagers need to find a creative outlet and you might be surprised how eager they become at the idea.  Here's an article that will inspire some creativity, called "Cool Arts And Crafts Ideas For Teens."  Have fun and enjoy some one on one.  They do grow up fast.

 

 

 

4. Let's Not Forget The Preschool Age.  Here's Some Fun Winter Science Projects.

The preschool age is such a fun age.  They are naturally very curious and adventurous.  This is the time to really explore science with them.  Here is a site with "Winter Science Activities For Preschoolers."  There are more than 20 ideas.  Have fun!!!

 

 

 

5. Projects To Winterize Your Home.

You might be sitting in front of a window and feel the wind blowing right through it.  Don't live with that energy drain.  Fix it! There are many things you can do to save on your bills.  Here is an article with some great suggestions called "19 Easy Ways To Winterize Your Home."

 

 

 

What are you doing this winter?  Add to our list so we can feature your suggestions in an upcoming blog.  Thank you!!