What To Do on a Rainy Day

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The rainy season is upon us, which means you’re probably spending more time indoors. That doesn’t mean you have to stay cooped up though! If you want to maximize your time staying inside, you’ve come to the right place. We’re going to dive into some of the fun things to do in Naperville and here at 803 Corday that’ll keep you from getting washed away in the wet weather!


Cooking Up Some Comfort Food


There’s nothing quite as cozy as bundling up inside on a rainy day. Plopping down on the couch with blankets and a mug of hot tea, watching the raindrops outside your window? It’s a feeling that truly can’t be topped. Unless you top it off with some comfort food! Check out these delicious recipes for tasty bites to try. From hearty stews to baked mac and cheese, these selections are sure to warm your bones.


Focus on Fitness at 803 Corday


With rainy weather usually comes colder conditions and chilling winds. Luckily, you can beat the cold by focusing on fitness here at 803 Corday. Even light exercise will get your blood pumping and energy up to be able to take on any rainy day. The 24-hour fitness center on-site is perfect for exercise routines of all kinds. For some inspiration on where to start, check out this link!


Experience Culture at Museums in Naperville


You can also visit a museum when it’s raining! It’s a nice compromise to wanting to be outside; you’re exploring vibrant new worlds indoors instead. There are quite a few interesting museums in Naperville that are sure to keep you entertained for hours. If you have little ones, check out the DuPage Children’s Museum! This little spot features a wide variety of colorful and interactive exhibits. And animal enthusiasts are sure to enjoy the Jurica-Suchy Nature Museum. Educational taxidermy specimens abound, with incredibly detailed information about each! 


Don’t let the wet weather rain on your parade. With a little creativity, you can make the most of the rainy day! What are some indoor activities you’re planning on taking part in this season? Let us know in the comments!