derails the fun of a snowy, winter day faster than a missing mitten. And
arriving at the mountain with one ski pole instead of two? Big bummer. Take
time to organize yourself for maximum winter fun.
Staples: Cold winter
weather means wintry ailments like the flu, chapped lips and runny noses. Stock
up essentials like chapsticks and tissues online. And be sure to stockpile
necessary meds such as fever reducers, sore throat lozenges and cough syrups
before illness strikes; dragging your feverish self to the pharmacy is never
fun. Consider purchasing travel sizes of chapsticks, hand
cream and tissues to keep in your hand bags or the car so you're never caught
Bag: If your family skies (or ice skates,
sleds, etc,) create a designated to-go bag for every member
of the family. Store hats, scarves, gloves and ski or skate passes and other
must-have items here. Don't forget the sunblock! Sun exposure during skiing and
skating can take a toll on unprotected skin. Take time to restock the bag after
each use, so when you get an unexpected snowfall, you're ready to hit the
slopes, confident that all your needs are close at hand.
your hall closet or mudroom into your winter command central. Swap out the
off-season gear and create a caddy that houses tissues, extra gloves,
chapsticks, etc. so family members can help themselves. Task hanging sweater
organizers or bins with storing rolled up ski pants, hats, gloves, etc.
Wet: Winter means dripping boots and bulky
gear. Designate a metal tray to capture wet boots and shoes near
your door and use a coat rack protected with outdoor paint for hanging sodden snow
suits and accessories to dry. Apartment dwellers may want to place an
attractive rattan hamper near the front door to capture wet items.
trips and skating outings can all add up quickly. Ward off empty-wallet
syndrome by clipping coupons and taking advantage of promotions. Designate a
small wallet or pouch to keep savings offers close at hand. Your bank account
will thank you.
the cold weather draws to a close, evaluate what gear and apparel need to be
replaced, and stock up on sale items for the following season. If kids will
have outgrown items by the following winter, don't store the bulky items during
the warmer months. Arrange to pass along the unneeded items to friends or
relatives or donate them to charity.
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