Handy tips

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - HOMES -

Cosy your feet this win­ter by stick­ing hand warm­ers in your socks. Leave sev­eral in your car in seal­able bags for emer­gen­cies. An­other trick I use to keep my feet warm in the win­ter is to pur­chase an alu­minum sun shade (used mainly on car win­dows). Take the in­sole out of your win­ter boot and use a marker to trace that ex­act shape onto the sun shade. Cut the shape and slide it in­side your boot. When I get cold wait­ing out­side or in my ve­hi­cle, I place hand warm­ers un­der my armpits (not di­rectly on my skin). This keeps me warmer than putting the hot pads in my gloves. When we go camp­ing in the win­ter, we take sev­eral hand warm­ers with us. We place our hot mugs in­side clean, wool socks along with a hand warmer to keep drinks hot longer. I en­joy your ques­tions and tips; keep them com­ing. Need a pre­sen­ter on the topic: Ef­fec­tive Speak­ing or The Power of

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