Winter in full swing means it is time to dress warmly and go out to discover frosty January’s wonders. Making wishes and watching them become a reality is a New Year’s tradition. Cities are decorated with bright lights. The celebration of the New Year will end, but festive events and national days will not run out. The United States celebrates Martin Luther King Day and Religious Freedom Day. It is impossible to survive the winter without delicious, high-calorie, hearty food. The spaghetti holiday gathers an army of fans. Winter is good for cozy leisure at home, fun walks in nature, and outdoor snowball games. Skate, go skiing, or snowboarding. Make pies, stock up on tangerines. Let the cold weather be softened by the warmth of human kindness and hope, the proper way to start a new year.