First a sneeze, then a sniffle and before you know it, you, along with everyone are caught with cold and cough. As cold and flu season is upon us, it is time to start thinking of ways to keep your immune system up and running.We’ve rounded up some helpful tips to help you avoid getting sick this season.What is your remedy to avoid getting sick? Tell us in the comments below.
Freezing temps and frigid winds paired with dry winter heat add up to seriously dehydrated skin. Winter can wreak havoc, leaving your body rough, flaky, and painfully dry. We’re thankful there are some moisturizers that are powerful enough to heal even the worst case of dry skin. We’ve sampled dozens of products to source the most potent body moisturizers out there. Whether you want an organic brand, a drugstore find, or a luxe cure, we’ve got the seven best.Related:6 Ways to Winterproof Common Skin ConditionsHow to Remedy Dry, Flaky Skin This WinterHow to Deal With Red, Irritated Skin
The anticipation of a snow day is almost as good as the day itself. It’s all about imagining your dream day, one that’s full of relaxation and productivity. We stock up on bottled water and extra batteries like we’re about to go live underground for a few months (maybe that’s just my parents). We think about finally giving that baking project a go, or finishing up the novel on our bedside table, or having a Monopoly marathon—and then actually do it!.
If you never thought you’d touch ramen again, this recipe for Easy Miso-Chicken Ramen will change your mind. It takes a little longer than pouring boiling water on the contents of a plastic pouch — but not much. It tastes a whole lot better than that packaged stuff and it’s healthier too!
I’m a big believer in the seasonal home refresh, and—even after the holidays—winter is full of natural inspiration. To keep the festive feelings going even after the greenery comes down, think warm hues and cozy additions. Here are five ways I love to perk up a home for winter. Related: 5 Ways to Freshen Up a Space Without Spending a Cent A post-holiday refresh.
A silly blizzard couldn't keep stop these couples from exchanging their vows. Love, prayer, friends, and plenty of warm clothing made for memorable weddings and some top-tier pictures.
At one point this past summer (a point that I’m not particularly proud of), I ate burgers for dinner for an entire week straight. In my defense, I was on a burger-high from discovering Ashley Rodriguez’s special burger sauce, had just discovered that my Emergency-Use-Only Fire Escape doubled as the perfect Burger-Eating Nook, and was doing “research” for an article. My recipe was simple and unchanging: I layered buns swiped with Ashley’s sauce, a freshly-ground patty, a tomato slice, onion rounds, and arugula.
Sometimes being trapped indoors because of the cold or snow can be great. Curling up for a Making a Murderer binge session with some warm hot chocolate — Netflix and chill (without the literal chill). But for some people, freezing temperatures are part of their winter lives and there are only so many hours of Steven Avery one can take before getting a little stir crazy. So let’s assume that’s why citizens of Minnesota, the United States’ own frozen tundra, have taken to freezing their jeans as a form of art.
While you can add it to your daily food, eating two - three cloves of garlic can help boost the much-needed warmth in your body. Munch a bowl or stir up a salad, this cracker of a food can not just be your mini-snacks item but a much-needed healthier option to stay warm in winters and not gulp down the umpteenth number of tea or coffee. Add it while cooking food, or eat it raw, make a cup of ginger tea or soup, ginger’s medicinal properties will let you be warm and strong.
Come winter, and the age-old problem of dry skin comes to haunt every day. If not moisturised daily, the dry skin can give way to cracks, flakes, and what not. 1. Olive Oil: The Vitamin E and K in this oil helps keep your skin moisturised.
Winter dressing means piling on the layers. As anyone knows, the base of a good cold-weather wardrobe starts with a trusty pair of thermals (see also: long johns or long underwear). But these are not the easily stainable, droop-crotched styles of yore. They are high tech and highly fashionable thanks to modern advancements and could even double as funky tights if you’d like! Here are 13 pairs of thermals that you won’t be embarrassed to wear. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Winter is here. And if you think that means an end to all your hair problems and sun damage resulting madness, you could not be more wrong. Winter brings with itself a whole new set of hair issues. Say hello to the season of dry hair, dandruff, frizz and static. But don’t worry. Just like always, we’ve got your back. Scroll on for tips and tricks of the trade to make sure that your winter bad hair days stay to a minimum.
Last week we tested a Spiced Buttermilk Roast Chicken for a recipe contest and realized — after we’d eaten the entire chicken quickly, hungrily—that these spices are too good to reserve for desserts and sugar-spiked coffees. As we started digging through our chicken recipes, we realized that this is something we’ve known for quite some time—cloves, allspice, cinnamon, and nutmeg are the hidden something in some of our favorite chicken recipes.
We’ve gotten a good dose of spring on the East Coast, but it’s not going to last much longer. Best to prepare for the winter chill by picking up a stylish scarf. Here are 36 options for every conceivable outfit. Whether you want to swath yourself in cashmere or experiment with playful prints, there is something here for everyone. You’ll thank us when Old Man Winter finally comes a’calling. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Frigid weather may not be enticing for everyone, but there’s no denying the appeal of sweet rosy cheeks. Thankfully, you don’t need to be out in the cold to have a lovely winter flush. These cream blushes make it a cinch to attain a natural-looking glow and are a helpful, moisturizing makeup swap when skin is getting dryer by the day. Related:How to Really Find Your Perfect BlushHow to Apply BlushPerfectly Flushed Rosy Winter Cheeks
You know winter is coming when everyone starts breaking out shearling coats and accessories. Recently we’ve seen Rihanna don a long tan version by Chanel for a trip to a nightclub, while Jennifer Lawrence — the perennial press junketier — opted for a hooded black number by Alberta Ferretti while out and about in New York City. Shearlings, which are lined in wool, don’t overwhelm your silhouette the way that puffer coats can. Here are three ways to wear the coveted piece.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
You don’t need an excuse to buy new lipsticks, be it summer or winter, but we couldn’t help but share our obsession over this season’s crop of new and exciting shades. Dolce & Gabbana’s Classic Cream Lipstick comes in a rich color. This hot, smoking, classic retro red shade from MAC provides a matte finish.
Here’s how to deal with dry, itchy skin come winter. The sudden drop in temperature impacts more than just your wardrobe. The cold, wind, and low humidity all cause the moisture in our skin to evaporate more quickly, leading to dry, itchy skin — and no one wants that. To help you winterize your skin care routine and avoid dryness, we asked Dr. Sejal K. Shah of Smarter Skin Dermatology in New York City to share her tips and favorite products. Swap your lightweight summer moisturizer for something thicker and formulated with ingredients that will lock in moisture and repair your skin.
By Marshall BrightWe love freshly fallen snow and cute scarves as much as the next girl. But sometimes, all the cold weather and heavy layers can get us feeling a bit…down. Which is how we know it’s time to curl up with a cup of hot chocolate and get our spirits up (and our fingers warm). And since the winter can get long and dark, we’ve collected some of our favorite hot chocolate recipes from around the Web, so you’ll haven plenty of delicious drinks to sip on till spring.Stuffing Recipes for EVERY Thanksgiving5-Ingredient, $5 Thanksgiving Sides14 Scary-Sounding Food Words & What They REALLY MeanDo You REALLY Know Where Your Food Is Coming From?4 Brunch Hacks That Will Save You Time & Money