10 Things You Might Need on Cold Winter Days and Nights

I don’t know about you, but winter or not, my hands and feet are always cold! I am not anaemic but it just seems to be the case. Whether I am at work, in the house or outside, below lists things that are my essential winter recommendations (in no particular order).

Cup of tea or a hot chocolate

I drink tea every day anyway and well, this weather is just the perfect excuse for a hot chocolate.

A hat (if you wish), gloves and scarf are a definite

I always ask the question, “Is it too early to where them yet?”

Fluffy or thermal socks

We all need these, especially for us girls who love to wear our boots in the cold weather as it makes them a more comfy to wear.

Wearing layers

Sometimes, feeling like a hippopotamus is a lot better than freezing yourself to death – comfort before appearance on this one boys and girls!

A coat, jacket, and umbrella

Of course we need this! I don’t know how some people travel in this weather without a coat or jacket. And an umbrella comes in handy for those especially who do not drive and people like me who through more than three a year because I leave them on buses or misplace them.

Blanket

Personally, I need a quilt AND a blanket. I cannot be at my warmest temperature without both of them.

Bath

A nice soak in the bath is always a winner, relaxation and warmth at the same time.

Teddy bears

Yes, many know this already. I have a lot of teddies. I think I am mistaken for a child sometimes but I love them, especially my big teddy bear, which I got on my second Valentine’s Day with my boyfriend.

Fluffy jumpers

My boyfriend hates them because they get fluff everywhere but they are warm and cosy and I like them!

Pyjamas

I do love my long-sleeved pyjama tops and bottoms in this weather. Even better, I love fleecy ones especially around Christmas.

Something I definitely need, which I have not had since I was younger, are earmuffs!

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