Prepare For the 2011 Winter Solstice

By Darrick Thomas on
What is the Winter Solstice?Technically speaking (and by that we mean paraphrasing from Wikipedia), the winter solstice is when the earth's axial tilt of the polar hemisphere is the farthest it will be from the sun. It occurs once a year, usually around December 20th for the northern hemisphere and six months later for the southern.Okay, what does that mean for me?For everyday people, the winter solstice marks the shortest day and longest night of the year. So, after the winter solstice, days...Read Full Story

Facts About the Winter Solstice 2011

By Darrick Thomas on
What is the Winter Solstice?Technically speaking (and by that we mean paraphrasing from Wikipedia), the winter solstice is when the earth's axial tilt of the polar hemisphere is the farthest it will be from the sun. It occurs once a year, usually around December 20th for the northern hemisphere and six months later for the southern.Okay, what does that mean for me?For everyday people, the winter solstice marks the shortest day and longest night of the year. So, after the winter solstice, days...Read Full Story

Around the World, It's Cold

By Tatiana Guertin on
Winter really isn't as bad as most people make it out to be. Sure it brings rain, snow and freezing temperatures, but it also gives you an excuse to wear awesome coats, participate in snow sports and cuddle by the fire. To be totally honest, my favorite part of winter is looking at cool photos of different parts of the world covered in snow, but I'm from California and since it doesn't get that cold here, I may be biased. Still, you can't deny, snow is beautiful and in only a few months, it...Read Full Story
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