Happy post-Election day!
We’re in November now, which means that winter is fast approaching. It’s starting to snow in some places and I’ve had to wear a wool coat on more than one occasion this month. However, even though it is cold, it is time to rejoice! It’s winter, and tis the time for sweaters, tea, and snowballs!
What You Need to Have a Great Winter
Toss away your shorts and flip-flops, sweaters are here and thank goodness! My favorite time of year is when I can wear a sweater, scarf, and boots. It’s the perfect outfit and keeps me snuggly warm when the weather is freezing. Sweaters are a person’s best friend.
2. Peppermint Mocha/Tea
Whether you like coffee or tea, peppermint is the way to go for the holiday season. It’s warm, Christmas-y, and is like a party in your mouth. How can you say no to that?
3. Soft beanie
If you’re a lady, I know you’re thinking, “I am not wearing a hat. I do not want hat hair.” But I’m just going to ignore you. A cuddly little beanie is going to keep your head warm, and you can find cute ones that you’ll want to keep on, thus eliminating hat hair. Plus, if you have a bad hair day, instant fix!
4. Warm blanket
When it’s dreary outside, the only thing that sounds good is cuddling up with a book and a blanket. So choose one that’s soft and fuzzy and is definitely going to keep you warm against the chill. My blanket (that I bought pretty cheap from Costco) is the best thing to have around. And you can use it all year long!
It’s dry outside, so stock up on moisturizer. I have super oily skin, so I don’t need it during the summer. But when October rolls around, moisturizer is always with me. Just put a little on in the morning and some before you go to bed and you won’t have dry, bleak skin all winter long.
I hope these tips were helpful! What are some items that you NEED for winter? Please share in the comments!
Also, as it is the holidays, if you have any holiday post requests, remember that you can email them to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or write them below in the comments. Have a great winter everyone!