Winter Round Up at WILCO SUPPLY
Can you believe the holiday season is already behind us?
While I enjoyed keeping the traditions going during a safe, yet quiet celebration with my little family, I’m also glad to be saying hello to 2021. There’s goodness ahead. I know that for a fact because there’s only one way to go after 2020—UP, right?
Okay, maybe the frigid temps and social distancing restrictions have you thinking otherwise. If so, I think it’s time to spread some more cheer from my corner of the Internet to warm up the winter days ahead!
Here’s what I’m currently reading for inspiration to help me look onward and upward (and maybe this roundup will inspire you to do the same!):
10 Trends We're Tired of and 10 We'll Be Wearing in 2021 Instead
(via Who What Wear)
Personally, I’m a fan of the utility vests trend! It’s one I can definitely get behind.
We all have that one go-to recipe that warms up our bellies and our hearts. Why not branch out and add another one to the list this season? I’m eyeing the Instant Pot Lasagna Soup!
Oh, and who can resist a warm libation to pair with a newfound favorite dish? Thrillist has curated a list of some hard ciders for you to try here (if that’s your thing!). If not, and you’re feeling up to playing the role of chef and bartender, check out this list of winter cocktail recipes.
9 Easy Self-Care Tips for the Winter Season
Now, more than ever, is a time to focus on blocking out some time for ourselves—even if it’s just for a few minutes! This article will serve as your friendly reminder to tend to your self-care routine to embrace the cooler months ahead.
The 2021 Book Releases to Pre-Order and Thank Yourself Later
(via Marie Claire)
What’s better than curling up with a blanket, a hot cup of coffee, and a good book on a cool winter day? Join me in adding a few of these new books to your must-read list!
Choose Your Mantra for a Successful Year
(via Female Entrepreneur Association)
I’m sure you’ve heard of coming up with a word of the year, right? Well, why not switch things up and create a mantra of the year? While this post speaks to 2020, it’ll no doubt help you craft a powerful motto for 2021.
Is there something you’ve read recently that inspired you to make the most of the winter season? DM me on Instagram!
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