Winter blues? Tips to stay motivated
(NC) This time of year is “pumpkin spice and everything nice,” right? But with daylight slowly deteriorating, it can be hard to not feel a little sluggish and down. Stay on top of things this winter with these tips and tricks.
Set an earlier alarm: Motivation levels decrease when the sun goes down at 6 p.m. Try waking up an hour early to make the days seem a little longer and to increase productivity.
Make time for a wardrobe revamp: It’s always a good feeling to invest in some timeless pieces – not only to winterize your wardrobe, but to give it the boost it needs. Adding rich, warm colours and cozy new textures will wipe away the blues in no time. Put your best foot forward with Mark’s great selection of men’s and women’s Chelsea boots that are made with quality and innovation for life in Canada, to keep you comfortable, warm and dry.
Enjoy the outdoors: There are plenty of outdoor activities you can embrace to help you appreciate winter. The next time you’re thinking of spending another day curled up on the couch binge-watching your go-to show, consider going for a walk, cross-country skiing or skating. Don’t forget to shop Mark’s WindRiver Heritage collection of sweaters, flannel shirts and fleece socks and blankets! Inspired by their love for Canada, this collection is designed to make every day feel like a winter wonderland.
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