The sun is shining, the birds are chirping and we’re all slowly coming out of our winter hibernation. After a long and chilly winter, it’s time to shed our winter coats, open the windows, and embrace the warmer weather. Spring is a time for renewal, growth, and new beginnings. Here are some fun and educational ways to help you embrace spring:
Start a garden: If you have a green thumb or want to develop one, spring is the perfect time to start a garden. You can grow your own fruits, vegetables, and herbs, and enjoy the fresh produce all summer long. Not only is gardening a fun and relaxing hobby, but it’s also good for your health and the environment.
Take a hike: Spring is the perfect time to get outdoors and explore nature. Whether you’re an avid hiker or a beginner, there are plenty of trails and parks to explore. Not only will you get some exercise and fresh air, but you’ll also get to enjoy the beautiful scenery and wildlife. Maybe consider a hike on Pelee Island?
Plan a picnic: Nothing says spring like a picnic in the park. Grab some sandwiches, fruit, and a bottle of wine, and enjoy a relaxing afternoon in the sunshine. Bonus points if you bring a frisbee or a game of cards to play.
Clean out your closet: Spring cleaning isn’t just for your house. Take some time to go through your closet and donate any clothes you haven’t worn in a while. Not only will you free up some space in your closet, but you’ll also feel good about giving back to those in need.
Try a new recipe: Spring is a great time to experiment with new recipes and ingredients. Whether you’re a seasoned chef or a beginner, there are plenty of fresh and seasonal ingredients to try. Asparagus, strawberries, and rhubarb are just a few of the delicious ingredients that are in season during the spring.
Swap out your winter wines for Spring bubbly: Low on wine stock? Fill your cabinet with some new, refreshing and delicious wines. Add our Lola Light Rosé to your next picnic or family BBQ.
Go to a farmers market: Farmers markets are a great way to support local farmers and artisans, and to get some fresh and delicious produce. Whether you’re looking for fresh fruit, vegetables, or baked goods, you’re sure to find something tasty at your local farmers market.
Start a new hobby: Spring is a great time to try something new. Whether you’ve always wanted to learn how to knit or paint, or you want to take up a new sport, there are plenty of opportunities to explore your interests and discover new passions.
Spring is a wonderful time to embrace new experiences, learn new things, and grow. By trying out some of these fun and educational activities, you’re sure to have a fulfilling and enjoyable spring season.