Christine Leone

Freelance Writer

Location icon United States

Christine Leone a writer and digital content specialist. She had previously worked in the fields of publishing, online retail, and advertising, but is currently seeking writing opportunities on the topics of pop culture, parenting, beauty, food and travel.

Christine graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Emerson College, with a focus on Writing and Publishing.
Her work can be seen on Dailybreak and when she’s not trying to make her way through all of Netflix and filling up her Kindle, she enjoys trying all the bath bombs Lush can make and sipping lots of hot green tea.

14 Cozy Items That Will Make Your Home Feel Insta-Hygge

Source: iStock Living in a cold climate is hard. Since most of the U.S. has had colder than normal temperatures this year, you probably know what I'm talking about. When it comes down to it, humans are really just bears with less fur, meaning cold temps make us want to eat a ton and hibernate.

Myth Mayhem: Can Liquor Warm You Up When It's Cold?

dilates your blood vessels, sending blood to your skin. Some of us actually flush when we drink. This, however, is superficial because while the alcohol is making your skin warm, it's lowering your core body temperature. Instead of directing blood to your organs -- which happens when you are cold -- theblood flow is directed away.

Lessons We Learned in 2018

Was 2018 three years long, or what? It may have gone by abnormally slow, but it was jam-packed with so much craziness. We learned a lot though in these wacky 12 months including that which could kill us and that which makes us stronger.

Catch Up With the TV Premieres of March 2019

Chiwetel Ejiofor is a triple threat as actor, director and writer in this true story of a young African boy who builds a windmill to save his village from famine. Newcomer Maxwell Simba stars as young William, who wrote the books on which the story is based.

The Best and Newest Books of March 2019

It's still cold outside, so what better excuse to stay inside than with a fresh pile of books to read? March's books are heavy on family drama, from epic sagas to very contemporary portraits. Plus there are mysteries, thrillers and enough supernatural intrigue to get you through the month.

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