It’s time to face facts. It is now December. It is going to snow. And you need to be prepared to dig your way out of whatever icy mayhem this winter offers. Sure, you can toil away in the elements with a shovel, or you can upgrade to a snow blower and handle feet upon feet of snow with ease. This helpful guide will have you tossing snow like a pro in no time.
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It’s mid-November and temperatures are beginning to plummet across the country. While some regions have already experienced a few weeks of frosty weather, others are just now getting their first chill. No matter where you live, one thing is for sure: winter is barely a month away. Here is an infographic to help you prepare your care for the coming snow and cold.
It’s hard to stay active during the winter, people typically just want to hibernate all season. Here are some ways to stay active while it’s cold out.
Spring may be on the horizon, but I’d be willing to bet that the next snow storm is even closer. Although I love watching the snow fall, I hate cleaning up after it. If you’re in the market for a new snow blower or just tired of using the ol’ shovel, I’m going to break down some pros and cons of electric and gas snow blowers.
Taking care of your car during the winter can mean the difference between getting home safely and being stranded on the side of the road. I don’t know about you, but I want to make it to my warm house rather than stuck on the side of the road in a snowstorm.
Winterize your home before it gets to cold! Here are six areas to focus on to help you save energy this winter.
A humidifier can help a lot if you’re having some trouble sleeping because of the dry weather. Plus they can relieve severely dry skin or coughing. The Mayo Clinic also suggests that humidifiers can help ease cold or respiratory symptoms. There are many types of humidifiers, so how do you pick the right one? We’ve got some suggestions for you.
Check out the easy tips below for making your home brighter and more comfortable during the long, dark months of the year.
I’ve collected a lot of great tips to increase both your indoor and outdoor energy efficiency and to help you stay comfortable and save money over the winter.
As the weather cools down, the temptation to crank up the heat substantially increases. Here are some ways to stay warm without turning your heat on.