• Ashley Locke

Your Complete Guide to the Winter Season

Winter is coming. And the help you prepare for the season, we put together a guide to winter.


From what to wear, do, and watch, we've got you covered. So scroll below to get ready for the final season of 2020!


The Vibe


Winter is arguably the coziest season. It's all about being wrapped up in your favorite sweater, while enjoying sugar cookies and hot cocoa. You deserve to treat yourself during this time. And sometimes that means by frolicking in the snow.

What to Wear


Get your sweaters and coats ready, because that's mostly what you'll be wearing during the chilly months of winter. If you prefer to stay inside, we hope you have a cozy pair of PJs.

Things to Do


1. Decorate the Christmas tree


2. Make snow angels


3. Build a snow man


4. Have a snowball fight


5. Go ice skating

6. Sip on hot chocolate


7. Bake sugar cookies


8. Wrap Christmas presents


9. Get cozy by the fire


10. Watch holiday movies

11. Ski or snowboard


12. Participate in the Polar Bear Plunge


13. Knit a scarf


14. Prepare for the new year


15. Make a gingerbread house

16. Catch snowflakes on your tongue


17. Relax


18. Send out holiday cards


19. Shop for holiday gifts


20. Stay in a cabin in the woods

What to Listen to


This playlist of songs will help you get in the winter spirit. As you can probably guess, there are plenty of Christmas tunes on here:

  • "All I Want for Christmas Is You" by Mariah Carey

  • "20 Years of Snow" by Regina Spektor

  • "Winter Things" by Ariana Grande

  • "Winter" by Khalid

  • "Ho Ho Hopefully" by The Maine

  • "One I've Been Missing" by Little Mix

  • "Kyoto" by Phoebe Bridgers

  • "Last Christmas" by Wham!

  • "Winter's Ballad" by Cuco

  • "Winterbreak" by MUNA

  • "Winter Wonderland" by Ray Charles

  • "Winter's Love" by Animal Collective

  • "North" by Yotto

  • "Winter Song" by Sara Bareilles and Ingrid Michaelson

  • "A Winter's Tale" by Queen

What to Watch


The winter season is made even better by watching these holiday classics:

  • The Holiday

  • Snow Day

  • Cool Runnings

  • Home Alone

  • The Nightmare Before Christmas

  • Frozen

  • Elf

  • Groundhog Day

  • Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

  • The Polar Express

  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas

  • Fargo

  • The Family Stone

  • Last Holiday

  • Christmas Vacation


Thinking of traveling during the holidays? HERE is everything you need to know!

2 views