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Almost all of us love (and need) a lazy day here and there. A day where you turn off your mind, relax your body, and indulge. And there’s no better time to have one of those days than during the Winter (and depending where you are, while on Lockdown). While we all might plan a do-nothing day now and then, how we spend it will be different.
In last month’s contractor quick poll, before we took a break for the holidays, we asked our readers how they spend lazy days. Results were mixed, but the majority said they like reading or binge-watching a series. We also had a few write-ins which included playing music, leaning and exercising. And, naturally, there were a few go-getters who say there’s simply no such thing as a lazy day inside.
Here’s a complete look at how people answered:
It’s that time of year! Those months when it’s more comfortable to stay inside and enjoy the comfort of your home rather than be outside in the winter weather. And that’s especially more enticing over the holiday season. Even for those Canadians who love being outdoors this time of year, inevitable extreme cold, snow storms, and ice rain will force everyone to cancel plans and stay home here and there. Throw in physical distancing measures and you’re guaranteed a few lazy days in your near future. So, what are you going to do?
Sure, there’s work to be done for clients and chores to tackle around the house, but we all need time to do absolutely nothing. In this month’s contractor quick poll, we want to know your favourite way to spend a do-nothing, lazy day when you’re stuck inside.