Reasons To Love Winters

A new year means a fresh start, a better start. To review what we did and did not do last year. To set new goals and resolutions and not break them by the end of January!

And also to thank God and all those who gave you moments of happiness. So hereโ€™s a huge, huge thanks to all of YOU- my followers, commenters, likers and all those of you reading this to appreciate what I did and I hope to entertain you for many more coming years.

This time the Delhi winters have failed to show up, yet. But I’m still hopeful and can’t wait for the biting cold to come. While I wait for it to arrive here are seven reasons I love winters so much! ๐Ÿ™‚

1. Gallons of Tea & Hot Chocolate


Winter’s just an excuse for more cups of tea and delicious hot chocolate with a good book and blanket.

2. Lap Blankets & Quilts


I love cozing up in my bed in winters with soft bed warmers and the above mentioned tea.

3. Warm Fuzzy Sunlight


Can you imagine the sun warmth on your skin in winters? I can. It’s one of those things you forget in summers but come winter and you start craving it.

4. Woolen Socks & Caps


Although I love winters I get cold real quick and specially my feet and ears. Winters without socks and cute caps are incomplete for me!

5. Layers of Clothes


Let the GIF do the talking for this one!

6. Ice Creams & Bonfires


It’s a new year party ritual for me and my friends but ice creams, specially kulfis in the cold is fun and more so with a nice bonfire.

7. Groundnuts, Gur ki Patti, Revdi &ย Gajak


Believe it or not but these are the fundamental items in every Indian household in winters. Personally I’m not that fond of groundnuts but the rest is yummy as hell!

ย Do you love winters? And what’s your favourite part?

As always, thanks for dropping by and have a great day! Love,



13 thoughts on “Reasons To Love Winters

  1. I love winter! โค My favourite part is curling up in a cozy blanket with coffee or tea an reading. Though I love the snow as well! ๐Ÿ˜€ Sadly there hasn't been any snow yet, but I am very hopefully that that will change very soon.

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  2. Welp, summer and 40 degrees Celsius here in Australia. I miss Winter. GIVE ME WINTER OVER THIS SWEATING GROOBLY GREEBLY DAMNED EXCUSE OF A SEASON CALLED SUMMER. But summer has its perks too! It’s great for ice cream and catching up with friends and reading *whispers* outdoors. I love reading at the park! I luckily live so close to my park, I can literally walk there in 10 seconds. It’s just up the road, so summer’s great for going there – not to train and jog and walk the dog or whatever – but to sit under the tree and read, recreating the iconic person-sitting-under-a-tree-reading scene XD

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    1. I’ll take winter over summer any day and anytime I so detest summer. A dry brisk summer is still endurable but here it’s so hot and humid that you’ll perspire even while taking a shower. And you are 100% right about reading in the park. It makes me drowsey even thinking of it! ๐Ÿ˜€

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