Our VP of Brand’s Winter Wellness Routine

Our VP of Brand + Curation shares the products she leans on to support her well-being, all winter long.

For some, winter can be a difficult time. Between cold and dry temperatures, gloomy weather, and increased time spent indoors, it’s important to find ways to support our mental health and create small moments of relaxation.

No matter the time of year, I prefer moderate temperatures and bright, sunny days, so getting through the winter can sometimes feel challenging. My mental health becomes top of mind during this time, and I make sure to practice healthy habits that I know work for me. One of these is exercise: whether it’s going to the gym, walking my dog, or doing a light workout indoors with my Bala Bangles, any type of movement reconnects me with my body and boosts my mood. 

During winter, it feels like the sun snoozes for days at a time, so I try to create some light and warmth within my home. I’ll light a candle, and cozy up with The Indwell Guide. If you’re looking to prioritize your inner well-being, I can’t recommend this book enough. It’s 344 pages of beautiful imagery and thoughtful writings that aim to reconnect you with yourself.

A must-have tool for dry winter weather is the Vitruvi Humidifier. It's a sleek, easy-to-clean device that helps hydrate dry hair, skin, and nasal passages (bonus points: it includes a filter to purify water!). 

If you haven’t yet, check out my routine for mental health here. Winter months can lead to increased isolation, holidays can trigger a wide variety of emotions, and cloudy days can bring on the blues, but incorporating small moments of calm and staying connected with yourself and others can ease you through the winter months.

Help is always available; if you are in need, please reach out to your primary care physician, family member, friend, or neighbor.

  • Dial 911 in case of emergency
  • Dial 988 for the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
  • SAMHSA’s National Helpline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357) is a free and confidential routing service offering resources for mental, behavioral, and substance challenges
  • 1-800-950-NAMI (6264): a free helpline offering crisis support
  • Alma: a network of mental health providers that works with major insurance plans

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