When cold weather is on the way, warm yourself.
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Instead of turning up the heat, put on another layer of clothing. Wear a hat made for cold weather.
If you're otherwise clothed, you'll lose heat from any surface that's exposed in cold weather. So put on your hat, even if you're inside.
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Turn on the ceiling fan. Run your fan on its lowest setting Polaris girls looking for fun a clockwise direction to push the warm air back down to where you can feel it. Switch between hot and cold in the shower.
Block drafts with a pool noodle. It'll stay put all winter, and you can re-use it at the pool come summer. But we recommend you spring for a new one.
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Two words: programmable thermostat. Stay toasty on schedule, so you never go home to a living room that's colder than outside.
You can even do it with your smartphone. Trick a locked thermostat. If that's the case, you may need to outsmart the device by making it "think" the room is colder than it actually is.
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Go ahead, bake all day. You'll feel even cozier if you invite friends—and all their body heat—over to eat four dozen cookies. Start composting.
Some people Free chicago dating personals it to warm up showers and greenhouses, but even small-timers in studio apartments can feel a difference. Layer your covers with the thinnest, densest ones on top.
Thin, dense blankets should be on top to prevent convective heat loss. Bonus tip: Don't put your bed directly against an exterior wall.
You'll be warmer if you leave a little space. Stuff your coat pockets with DIY hand warmers. All it takes is two Ziploc bags, water, and calcium chloride ice melt pellets from the hardware store.