We're gearing up for a big winter storm here in New England and as a result, we may be stuck inside for a few days. Besides working at home, most people will have a good amount of time on their hands if they decide not to brave the elements or risk driving on the roads. So here are some ideas of what to do with that extra time:
Binge watch TV shows: This is a great time to start a new show or catch up on one you've missed. I just finished The Affair, which was really good and it's only 10 episodes so not too much to tackle. I also recommend Homeland, Friday Night Lights, Orange is the New Black and Scandal.
Clean out your closet/consign some stuff: If you haven't worn it in a year, then either give it to Goodwill or Second Time Around (or other consignment shops) if it's still in good condition. We all have stuff we don't need or want anymore.
Try a new recipe: Get out that crockpot and use ingredients you have laying around the kitchen. We're planning to make a version of this soup this week.
Happy long weekend everybody! I'm headed to Killington, VT with a group of friends this weekend. I won't actually be skiing but some people will be. I'm planning to hang out in our cabin, binge watch some TV shows, read and explore the town. We are also planning some Cards Against Humanity, a watch party for the Pats game and a night at the Pickle Barrel bar.
Here are some ideas of what to pack for a ski/lodge weekend:
A really warm hat -- love this one from North Face.
The Affair tv show: Just started watching this the other night and already addicted! It's mostly about an affair but about all the people connected to the two main characters during a summer in Montauk.