5. Learn a new language
If you are persistent enough, you can slowly teach yourself a new language. Again if you want something ongoing and formal contact your local college and check out their language programmes.
If you already play something, you can always polish your skills or create a new song. If you have always wanted to play an instrument, then this season is perfect for it! Get warm and learn how to play some soul warming tunes.
The more time we spend at home, the more we notice small things that may need fixing. Use this time to paint your bedroom, redecorate the kitchen or bathroom, get the kids to organise their toys, get crafty and creative and make new decorations or storage items.
Teach yourself or enrol in a computer course. It can be a general computer course, social media or a specific software which might be handy for personal projects or work.
9. Beauty Treatments
Instead of becoming big foot whilst watching TV all winter, teach yourself how to cut or trim your own hair, do your nails, learn new make up routines, prepare your own facials using natural ingredients or even learn how to give a massage or aromatherapy.
Learn some ancient techniques on how to calm your mind and relax your body; you might need these skills when summer is back and life becomes a bit more hectic.
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