Wednesday, February 10, 2010

How Should You Stay Warm?


I admit it, I'm a freeze baby and like to be warm. For Christmas last year I got some L.L. Bean hand warmers and toe warmers which help too. Also, from Brookstone for Christmas I got a scarf with inserts that go in the microwave which really work well. I used the two for my hands in my coat pocket because it's too hard to get them back in the scarf. It also has a bigger insert that fits inside the scarf for around my neck. Gerard knows I don't like to be cold! I took this quiz and it said:




You Should Stay Warm by Bundling Up



You are a rational and logical person. You are good at solving problems.

So if you're cold, it makes sense to just put another layer on. You are very practical that way. Check out the video showing how I do this: How To Bundle Up for Sub-zero Days

You are rarely unprepared in life. You would never forget your gloves and hat on a cold day. (This is true)

You're ready for anything that comes your way. By being responsible, you find it easy to relax and enjoy life.

Take the quiz: How Should You Stay Warm?
Share your answer in the comments.

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10 comments:

gringationcancun said...

I can't stand bundling up! You have to put everything on, then take everything off... hassle.

Maybe if I ever live in a cold climate, I'll just run up massive heating bills while wearing shorts and a tank top.

That microwavable thing sounds pretty awesome, though!

Sandee said...

You Should Stay Warm by Bundling Up

You are a rational and logical person. You are good at solving problems.
So if you're cold, it makes sense to just put another layer on. You are very practical that way.

You are rarely unprepared in life. You would never forget your gloves and hat on a cold day.
You're ready for anything that comes your way. By being responsible, you find it easy to relax and enjoy life.

I came out the same as you. We both don't care much for winter do we.

Have a terrific day and stay warm. :)

singedwingangel said...

OK so the fact that I run around my house in shorts and tank tops thanks to menopausal hot flashes realkly would not sound appealing to you. IF I go out I never wrap up cause I would literally smother lol

BeadedTail said...

As long as my feet and hands are warm, I can handle it. Plus, it doesn't get that cold in Oregon very often thankfully.

Homestay Mama said...

I'm with you! I dislike being out in the cold, snow, ice, etc.

It can get below freezing here in Seattle, but not very often. It hasn't gotten very cold this winter! I think what little snow we might have gotten just flew right over us and landed on the East this winter!

Right now at 10:00 p.m. it is 42 degrees outside! And that's cold enough for me! I have a fire burning in my wood stove right now! :-)

Daisy said...

I like to snuggle up in my heated cat cup!

baby names said...

The buildings are heated in Minnesota. All you need is a nice fashionable wool coat and a good wool scarf. Cashmere/wool blends are very popular. You might also want to consider wearing cotton tights instead of nylon pantyhose.

Mountain Woman said...

That was funny. I got I should stay warm by cuddling which is fine with me. I think I have winter dressing down to an art but I look like a mummy. I really don't mind because I can always remove layers if I'm hot but in the summer, there's not much choice and we don't have air conditioning. I guess I'm a winter lover.

baby names said...

I'm going out for winter track (yes I know that takes place indoors). However the training doesn't. I have to be running outside a lot, all I have is stuff for summer running. What kind of stuff will I need to stay warm running.

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