14 Ways To Spend A Winter Evening

Though long summer nights sound ideal in the midst of frigid weather, let’s not overlook the potential of cozy winter evenings. Whether you are in the mood for a relaxing night in or are dying to be productive, these articles will help you make the most of it!

31 Movies That Will Remind You What It Truly Means To Be Cold

By Refinery29

“The Weeknd can't feel his face. You can't feel your face, your toes, or your fingers, and you're fairly certain that your ears now resemble two frozen Jimmy Dean sausage patties. Welcome to winter, everyone!

Unless you're off to Gstaad for a spot of skiing with Mitzi and Lance, there's really only way to get through the sub-zero temps and slippery surfaces: a good old-fashioned movie night, served up with a roaring fire (okay, a space heater), some warming brandy, and the takeout some poor delivery driver had to bike through a snowstorm to bring you.”

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Productive Things To Do On A Winter Evening

By Thirteen Thoughts

“Every January, as the holiday season ends, the same exact thought comes to my mind: ‘I’m so ready for spring’. It's not that I don’t like winter, I just can’t stand the cold and the SAD or winter blues. Gloomy dark winter weather conditions are also less than ideal for my ‘after work photography sessions’, so my routine always has to change quite a bit. I think that the lack of daylight often gets to most of us, and we all get a little lazy/tired and staying on top of things doesn’t come as easy.

BUT, it’s the beginning of the new year, we all set out so many new and exciting goals for ourselves, wouldn’t it be great if you achieved some of yours, by the time spring comes?”

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How To Have A Cozy Night In

By Camille Styles

“After all my talk this past weekend of making time to lounge around during the holidays, thought it’d be fun to break down exactly what’s needed for the perfect cozy night in. It may seem like relaxing would be an intuitive skill, but with today’s constant barrage of texts, emails, and our general inability to slow down, there really is an art to truly chilling out.”

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