Winter is right around the corner, and I am not the slightest bit pleased. Winter is my least favorite season, as I am sure it is for many other people, especially up here in New York. My tolerance for the winter weather is extremely low, and though I don't mind the cold or the snow, it is the brutal winds that get to me. This time around I am going to be much more prepared than I ever was before. I have learned that instead of complaining about the cold weather, I need to do something about it. With the help of several promotional products, I am confident that this winter I will be able to get through with minimal inconvenience.
One of the most important things you can do during the winter is layering your clothing. I just recently discovered that tucking your shirt into your pants can prevent that nasty draft from creeping up your body. I also don't wear a jacket most of the time, and leave my house wearing a T-shirt - so I guess I can't complain! But like I said, this winter will be different. I am going to start layering with one of my promotional T-shirts and then wear one of my custom sweatshirts on top. By throwing a jacket on top, I hope to break some of the harsh winds and be able to keep my body temperature up.
Now while maintaining sanity in the outdoors can be a feat, spending time indoors during the winter is much more enjoyable. I am going to going to spend plenty of time this winter sitting by the fireplace in my house, drinking a nice cup of hot cocoa out of my promotional mugs. This is the nice romanticized version of winter that everyone thinks of including myself, so I have to make sure that I maximize the fun winter activities like this. Then my perspective on the cold weather can change somewhat, and I will be much more appreciative of the months between December and March.
I am not a huge client for some major company, so I cannot expect to receive any lavish winter gifts this season. But by getting along on my own during the winter, I can still have plenty of fun; and before I know it the birds will be chirping again!