Whether you're trapped in snow storm Nemo or just dreaming about a winter wonderland, February is one of the most wintery months. Here, John Ruskin explains why there is no such thing as bad weather.
No surprise here: Winter wreaks havoc on delicate skin, hair, and nails. Luckily, curing and preventing damage is easy! Read on for tips to combat winter’s unpleasant side effects.
Greatists all around the web are sticking to healthy choices despite the snow and sub-zero (okay we're exaggerating) temps.
Can a desk lamp bring a little sunshine into a dreary office, making us happier and more productive? Greatist turns on the HappyLight to find out.
Ever wanted to bring the daylight indoors? With a special pair of “sun” glasses, it may be possible, helping beat the dismal darkness of winter days.
Dinner and a movie is soooo last summer. Check out this list of active winter dates that will keep the heart (and the romance) pumping.
‘Tis the season for cloudy, snowy, and cold weather, but research shows it’s always important to slather on that SPF.
Winter often brings a lot more snow and a lot less sunshine. But those who experience depression every year during chilly weather might suffer from seasonal affective disorder (SAD).