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Now that Colorado has fully entered the winter season and COVID restrictions remain in place, many of us may be feeling a bit stir crazy stuck indoors. Fortunately, there are plenty of things to do inside when the snow starts to fall, and you can’t make it safely into the mountains for an outdoor adventure. Here are some quick and easy activities to keep you and your loved ones entertained throughout a winter under COVID restrictions.

With the dawn of the New Year comes the chance for people to hit the reset button on their lives. It’s an opportunity for a fresh start and a chance to identify the areas of your life where new routines and habits could play a pivotal role in your overall health. While they might seem simple compared to some of the over-rigorous resolution lists you might find online, these three easy lifestyle tweaks are sure to help you have a much happier and healthier 2021.

There is no doubt that Colorado has some of the best alpine skiing opportunities in the world, with major lift-access resorts such as Breckenridge and Vail attracting anywhere between 1.3 and 1.6 million annual visitors. However, our state is also home to cross-country skiing opportunities that are equally unmatched. Rather than bombing the slopes at top speed, cross-country skiing (also known as Nordic skiing) allows you to explore Colorado’s wilderness and truly immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the Rockies. Here are a few of the best places to Nordic ski this season.

The onset of the holiday season means it’s time to decorate the tree and deck the halls with festive decor. While buying store-bought decor is convenient, there’s nothing quite like the charm of adorning your home with your own unique, homemade decorations to make your holiday season extra special. Here are just a few creative ways to craft your own winter wonderland this year while saving a few extra dollars for gifts and stocking stuffers.

Cooler weather has already arrived, and even chillier temperatures are on the horizon. Self-care is important all year round, but it’s especially critical during the limited daylight hours of winter. Exposure to sunshine regulates the circadian rhythm, and reduced access to natural light can negatively affect well-being. To help ensure a balanced state of being this winter, try the self-care ideas we share here:

The holiday season is just around the corner, and you may be looking forward to getting a head start on decorating. If you’re looking for centerpiece and décor ideas to brighten up your home for Thanksgiving, the options we share here are simple and beautiful.

Fall is the perfect season for getting outdoors and enjoying the crisp weather. There are a host of farms convenient to Broomfield to visit, and here, we highlight a few of our favorite destinations. Whether you’re interested in buying fresh produce or exploring a pumpkin patch, you’ll find an option for you below:

Looking for opportunities to get outdoors and enjoy the crisp fall weather? Our state is beautiful all year round, but the colors of nature are especially gorgeous during this season. Whether you’d like to stay close to home in Broomfield or you’re ready for a road trip, the hiking routes we share here are sure to offer spectacular views.

Fall is just around the corner! If you’re craving pie but would like to indulge in new combinations of flavors, consider the spins on classic fall pies that we share here. Many of these pies are similar to the originals (with a creative touch) and are perfect for whipping up on special occasions or when you’re feeling adventurous.