Learn a craft. Crochet, knit, needlepoint, sew, stain glass, woodworking, etc. Visit a local art/ craft store to get ideas. Also could volunteer /visit the elderly or those in hospital. Read. Outside activity: bird watching, or one of the other outside activites suggested. Hope you find an interest & enjoy.
There are two directions you could go on this one. You could take up winter sports and enjoy the winter weather or you could take up an indoor activity and enjoy avoiding that crappy winter weather. Reading, computer games, and ASK are how I while away the dreary winter months.
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Sledding, skiing, ice skating. you could try getting family or friends together and build snow forts and have snowball fights if we're u live had snow (where I do we have 3 feet!!) and if u don't like the cold, u could go on the computer, u cold read, (I like to wrap up in a blanket and read by our fireplace lawl), u could write, u could invite friends over and build an indoor fort and instead of snowballs, u could roll up socks into balls and have a sock fight! haha me and my cousins have done that before, its so fun haha
You could go skating,Watch movies,Go sledding,Make a snowman,Go snowmobiling,Do Crafts,Play board games,Shovel the driveway,Draw,Ski,Read,Work out,Go through your clothes and throw out some(I know i need to)Bake,catch up on laundry,Knit,Clean,Or just go play outside and afterwards drink hot chocolate.
I take a class at adult education in my town during the February - April term. I took two semesters of French in different years and this year I am taking Conversational Spanish. Between the language classes, I took ballroom dancing and continued with that through a year and a half.
It's fun to learn indoor hobbies, or become active. Just because it's winter doesn't mean that you stay inside all day! It also depends on where you live. If you live in Colorado, you can go sledding at a local park or skiing in Loveland, Winter Park, or other resorts. If you live in Florida, however, you can stay outisde and play your favorite sports!
Okay so your young big deal,,ask the elderly people in your area what they do..seriously though they have a lot of experience making crafts because they lived in a time when there was no internet, T.V. or video games. You could learn to wood work, bead work, sewing, paint, clay work, origami, build dolls out of old fashioned cloths pins and cut out felt clothes for them..oh the list is endless..make pins out of cool buttons or airplanes out of cans....