8 Reasons To Motivate Yourself To Go Out This Winter

Seasonal depression is very, very real. For once I am not joking.

The cold creeps in and consumes us all with ABC Family 25 days of Christmas marathons and home delivery. Social lives are forgone at the risk of wearing open-toed heels in thirty-degree weather.

Although watching The Grinch fifteen times in one week does sound fun, I’m here to remind you that while you’re in college you’re obliged to solider through the blizzards and natural disasters and drink.

Here are eight good reasons why you shouldn’t stay in this winter…



  1. Kyrstin says:

    lol i have to add that that scene from pretty little liars is supposed to take place in august

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  3. Liz says:

    not funny and slut shaming.

  4. Neo says:

    i like winter!

  5. emedoutlet says:

    I love winter. Winter gives you energy.

  6. Maura - Rider University says:

    It snowed here Halloween weekend, and NO alcohol does not make you warm, I really wish it did, and I slipped and fell on the ice multiple times. So I will be keeping the party indoors this winter.

  7. BLJ says:

    It's never cute to be 'that blackout girl screaming that the song playing in the bar was written about her.'

  8. msk says:

    I dont get this, you just pull stock photos and write shit captions? What a poor excuse for content

    1. editor says:

      Either you're a former CollegeCandy employee or you read our top secret marketing notes! We thought readers just might like it if "we pull stock photos and write shit captions".

  9. […] The girls over at CollegeCandy don’t think so–at least not while you are in college. They’ve complied a list of 8 reasons why college girls, specifically, should continue to brave the elements in the name of a good time. We support their efforts to keep those college kids fully indulged in the social scene and we agree that once you leave the gentle cocoon of your undergrad campus that black out screaming at the bartender is generally not as acceptable… but can’t the rest of us post-grads continue to do our part to support the economy with our drinking habits? I mean, we’ve already had to get up and do things so why shouldn’t we make the effort to keep our social lives in tact? […]

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