Win a Chocolate Heated Throw

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  • #17239

    Anonymous

    Thick curtains can keep the temperature up by a couple of degrees and warm coloured paints fool the brain into thinking it is warmer. Also a spare duvet kept on the sofa – with a hot water bottle if necessary – saves cranking up the heating and is great for snuggling up with everyone.

    #17243

    Anonymous

    microwavable slippers are the total bees knees for keeping warm in winter! with love, faye xx

    #17244

    Anonymous

    One word – onesies!

    #17246

    Anonymous

    Brisk walk on the beach and then back to a steaming mug of hot chocolate usually helps me

    #17247

    Anonymous

    make sure to get outside regularly and get fresh air. It will keep your blood moving and also feel much warmer when you get inside

    #17250

    Anonymous

    wrap up in lots of layers and have a blanket when you are sitting on the chair

    #17270

    Anonymous

    I’ve got a travel mug that keeps my hot drinks hot, keeps me a lot warmer than drinking luke warm coffee

    #17412

    Anonymous

    go to bed with fluffy socks on, a lot of heat is lost through the feet

    #17413

    Anonymous

    I am still trying to find the best way to stay warm since moving into a draughty old cottage with dodgy windows, but so far a hot water bottle plus cup of tea plus dressing gown and socks is the ultimate combination.

    #17414

    Anonymous

    Knitted Socks!

    #17415

    Anonymous

    a slanket šŸ™‚

    #17480

    Anonymous

    lots of hot drinks or soup. and insulate your house the best you can

    #17481

    Anonymous

    The secret is layering: for both yourself and your home. I used to hate dad saying “put a jumper on” but he was right. Windows are one of the major points of heat loss in the home, so if you can position heaters away from them you will lose less , clingfilm over them will help , as will heavier winter curtains.

    #17482

    Anonymous

    My best piece of advice for keeping warm on a budget is to layer clothes, a camisole top under a long sleeved t shirt under a fleece jumper should keep you nice and cosy and if you get too warm you can just take one layer off. Also I find two pairs of socks do keep my (very cold) feet warmer than one thick pair.

    #17483

    Anonymous

    Cuddle up with your partner each evening, you can keep each other warm šŸ™‚

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