One of the most vital changes to make during winter is to reduce the frequency of watering. Because your plants are in a dormant phase and not growing at the same speed, they do not require the same level of hydration that you may have been giving them throughout spring and summer. Watering too often can lead to problems such as wilting and yellowing leaves, stunting growth and even root rot which can be deadly to your plant if not dealt with.
Another useful tip to remember when watering your plants, not just in winter but all year round, is to use room temperature water. Using water that is too cold can cause shock to the roots, and potentially lead to lasting damage.
Thanks to the colder weather, humidity levels in your home can decrease significantly compared to the warmer months. Many of your houseplants originate from much warmer climates which naturally have high humidity, houseplants such Calatheas, Snake plants and Monsteras love humid environments. During the winter you can combat this by misting the foliage with lukewarm water, or to tackle the issue even further you can add a humidifier to your space.