Don’t Forget the Socks
It’s a fact that our bodies prioritize blood flow to our vital organs over our extremities. That’s why your hands and feet typically feel colder than the rest of you.
It’s worse if you’re a woman as you’re up to nine times more likely to suffer from cold hands and feet than men.
Wear a pair (or two) of thick socks and, for even toastier feet, add a pair of slippers.
Don Fingerless Gloves
Now that your body and feet are taken care of, it’s time to warm up your hands. Gloves aren’t the most practical solution when you’re indoors, trying to cook, clean and check out the latest Natural Living Ideas post. Enter, the fingerless glove.
Whip up your own, no-sew fingerless gloves in less than two minutes from an old pair of socks.
Get your circulation moving with some exercise. Go out for a brisk walk, dance around your kitchen or stick on an aerobics DVD.
Not only will you warm up but your heart and waistline will benefit from it.
Body heat is a great way to stay warm so snuggle up to your significant other or your furry best friend and you’ll both heat up in no time.
Let the Sun Shine
When you get up in the morning, open the curtains and let the sun in – it’s nature’s heater after all.
Keep those windows clean for maximum sunlight penetration by shining up the glass with an all-natural cleaner.