The holidays are over, which means one thing – we’ve got miles to go before spring rolls back around and the idea of going outside doesn’t make your extremities recoil in horror. But the good news is, you can get pretty much whatever you want delivered now, so there’s no need to leave your house!
Except, I guess, to go to work. Which just means that on the weekends, you need to relax and pamper yourself even more.
So, without further ado, here are 10 ways to make your house the haven from winter that you deserve.
#10. Bubble Bath
There’s almost nothing in the world that a bubble bath can’t cure, right? Grab yourself a kit like this and get pretty scents, a pillow, and a bunch of other stuff you normally wouldn’t spoil yourself with – I promise, it will be worth it.
#9. Build a Fire
After all, your fireplace isn’t just there for its good looks! Make sure you’ve got a pretty screen and some tools, then shove in some wood and kindling and enjoy an evening snuggled up in front of Netflix (another must!).
#8. Callus Remover
Not only is it too cold to go to the salon, but who wants to drop $40 on a pedicure that no one is going to see? That said, our feet need a little extra attention during the colder months, so grab a good callus remover and go to work on yourself.
What’s more relaxing than the smell of cinnamon, blueberries, or delicious bread wafting from the oven? Not much.
Curl up not with a book, but with the entire Amazon catalog at your fingertips with Amazon’s best reader yet.
You can’t be cozy if the cold air is getting in through the cracks! Keep the breeze out around your windows and doors for the optimal indoor winter environment.
In the winter, even coffee snobs drink tea. Or cocoa, take your pick. But a warm drink is necessary morning, noon, and night.
Whether it’s your kids or your husband (or your dogs), loud noises can really kill your chill. So don’t let it – and don’t skimp on these. The more you pay, the less noise you hear.
You need something to wear after your bath and pedicure, while you’re drinking your tea and reading your Kindle, right? I think so.
#1. Warm Blankets
Basically, every piece of furniture in your house also needs a blanket to snuggle up under. Fact.
There you have it. Stay warm and lazy, my friends!