Keep Yourself Warm

Whenever possible, heat your body, not your house. Use an electric blanket, an electric mattress pad, or a heavy quilt when you're in bed; wear sweaters & warm socks when working or relaxing around the house. You'll be much warmer for less money.


By Joesgirl


November 24, 20090 found this helpful

We do that, wear sweats in the house, and have 2-3 blankets on our beds, but it sure is cold when you shower or sit on the cold toilet seat. lol

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