As temperature and available light decrease, you need to decrease how often you water your houseplants.
Pothos can survive in low light conditions. But they’ll do best in bright, indirect light.
You can stop fertilizing pothos entirely during the winter months. Nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium help a plant grow. But pothos plants enter a period of dormancy during the winter, meaning they stop growing. So fertilizer is unnecessary.