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Life hacks for cold weather on campus

Remember last year’s surprise snowmageddon? While many places were impacted, the Boston blizzard of 2015 was one for the record books. Many of my friends live in Boston, and they were snowed in for what seemed like weeks–the snow came down in February and literally didn’t finish melting until June. Cars were buried, and so were front doors.

You ready for the cold weather? (Credit: DIYLOL.com)

You ready for the cold weather? (Credit: DIYLOL.com)

Even if this year is mild, I’m preparing for the worst by making sure I have a list of life hacks to make my cold weather living easier. Whether you’re on winter break or back on campus, keep these life hacks in mind. Read more

Cold weather DIY projects for your winter break

It may not be snowing yet–it’s going to be in the 60s all week where I live in Connecticut–but (as they say in Game of Thrones) winter is coming.

What ideas do you have for a winter DIY project? (Credit: HeyKayli/YouTube)

What ideas do you have for a winter DIY project? (Credit: HeyKayli/YouTube)

If you’re looking to do some cold weather DIY projects over your winter break, take a look at some of these cozy crafts that could be a help for you when you get back to dorm life next semester, especially if the campus heaters go on the fritz. Read more

Winterize your car for cold weather

If you haven’t already experienced cold weather in your part of the world, it will be coming soon. Preparing your vehicle and knowing some winter weather driving tips are both college life hacks to master sooner, rather than later.

Preparing your car for the winter season is very important. (Credit: QuickMeme)

Preparing your car for the winter season is very important. (Credit: QuickMeme)

Even if you have already experienced some of Old Man Winter’s efforts, it is always good to take a moment to winterize your car. Read more

How college students can stay warm—cold weather survival tips

A look at how people respond to snowy weather.

A look at how people respond to snowy weather.

Baby, it’s more than cold outside—it is downright frigid across most of the U.S. Whether you were born in an igloo or have never seen a snowflake, there is no time like the present to brush up on your cold weather survival tips. The key to making it through the winter is learning how to stay warm under any circumstances.

Survival tips for people

You may not put much stock in Punxsutawney Phil and that whole “seeing his shadow” thing, but according to the tubby rodent we are in for six more weeks of winter. Basic survival tips may just be common sense, but it doesn’t hurt to review them anyway. Read more