With the temperatures seeming more consistently low, and snow flying a little more frequently, it’s safe to say that winter is sticking around a little while longer. According to Ontario’s weather forecasting groundhog, Wiarton Willie, spring should be coming early, but we’ve yet to see any evidence of this prediction. But we’re not complaining! The more winter, the more winter activities to fit into your calendar before the season is over. If you’re getting cabin fever staying in Brampton, why not take a day trip? There are lots of places to explore! Here are some ideas for places you can go for the day to get a change of scenery.
It’s no secret that the winter months can be cold and gloomy. As such, when we’re at home we just want to be comfortable! We want to be cozy, and surrounded by warmth when we’re in our personal space. This may explain why people often see their utility bills soar in the winter months. We’re cranking the heat up to combat those wintery days, because being cold inside is not okay. But there are ways of staying comfy cozy without making your wallet suffer the consequences. Here are some tips on how to save on energy over the winter months.
Sometimes it’s easy to forget what a beautiful season winter really is. We get caught up in the shivering, the slushy streets, the grey days and come to dread the winter months. But when you’re walking on a quiet snow-covered street, skating on an ice rink as slick as glass, or knee-deep in freshly fallen snow, helping your kids make a snowman, you’re reminded of how much fun the season can actually be. Last time we highlighted some great spots in the GTA to go skating, so today we’ll give you the inside scoop on another winter activity and where you can do it in Brampton: tobogganing!