As we move into autumn and look ahead to winter, it’s time for you and your Slavic lady to start preparing for the colder weather.
While the temperatures may continue to stay fairly mild in the coming weeks, it won’t be long before they really begin to plummet. Days get shorter and the nights get longer. Keeping warm and staying happy is key to both yourself and your Slavic lady.
The main thing to keep in mind is the aim of staying positive. Being positive puts you in a much stronger mindset and helps with keeping your mood light and buoyant. Sure, it’s easier said than done, but it’s possible.
Here are a few tips for you and your Slavic lady to keep you both in a good mood during the upcoming cold season.
Get outside when the weather allows
One thing which is really good for us is fresh air and sunlight. It’s much harder to get a good amount of either when the weather is cold, however, it should be a priority for you. If the weather is mild, or you have days which are cold but fairly pleasant, then get bundled up nice and warm and try heading outdoors. Even if you take a short walk to a coffee shop, getting outside will help your mood so much.
Look after each other
It’s too easy during poor weather to think about yourself more than anything else. You may stay at home watching TV or surfing the Internet, but it’s important that you and your Slavic lady both look after each other. Keep yourselves entertained and try to keep each other’s spirits nice and high, especially when the weather is really bad and you cannot get outside.
Plan some date nights
One thing that winter is perfect for is date nights. Whether you stay in and have a romantic, candle-lit meal, or you head outside to visit a bar or restaurant, having regular date nights can really keep spirits high. It will also give you something to look forward to, which also helps to improve your mood.
Plan a sunny break with your Slavic lady
Last but not least, if the weather is just too much for you and your Slavic lady to handle, why not see if you can book a sunny break somewhere? Even if that’s out of reach financially, you may be able to even travel to another city for a weekend break. A change of scenery goes a long way!