3 more tips for winter wellness

Work your brain

Work your brain

While it’s important work out your body, it’s also important to take the time to work out your mind. Winter is the perfect time to cozy up with a hot cup of tea and settle in with some good reads. Swing by Herrick District Library and check out a book or two.

You can also stop by the library’s Book Nook — a used book shop on the lower level — and pick up books for $2 or less.

Herrick District Library
300 S. River Ave., Holland (Main)

Change up your style

Change up your style

Winter might be the time for warm hoodies and sweats, but you don’t have to give up your sense of fashion just because it’s cold outside. 

Located right downtown in Holland, Threads on 8th is a locally owned women’s boutique selling everything from business looks and dresses to fun, casual pieces. 

Threads stays on top of current trends while also catering to your personal sense of style.  

Threads on 8th
21 W. Eighth St., Holland

Give your skin some TLC

Give your skin some TLC

Frigid temps can wreak havoc on your skin during the winter months — dry, flaky and sometimes painful skin is no fun! Aside from drinking extra water, using gentle products and avoiding hot showers and baths, you can treat yourself by going to the spa.

Salon Cheveux offers a variety of facial packages to choose from. Try the essential cleansing, a custom rejuvenating, signature or jet-setter “lunch time” facial.

Salon Cheveux
226 S. River Ave., Holland

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