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  • Warm Up By Trying It Hot!

    Warm Up By Trying It Hot!

    Cranking up the thermostat isn't the only way to warm up after spending time outside in the cold. Here are 7 ideas for heating things up to warm your insides.

     

     

  • Clothes in the Dryer

    Clothes in the Dryer

  • Clothes in the Dryer

    Clothes in the Dryer

    It can be hard to get going in the morning when it's cold outside. Toss your socks or sweater in the dryer for a few minutes and put them on right away. The warmth doesn't last a long time, but it'll help get you moving before you go outside or make you feel warm and relaxed after coming in from the cold.

  • Hot Rocks

    Hot Rocks

  • Hot Rocks

    Hot Rocks

    A great DIY hot pack is basic garden variety rocks. Smooth rocks work the best and they keep their heat for a long time. Heat up the rocks by placing them near a fire or dropping them in hot water. Sleep with larger rocks wrapped in a sock for an experience similar to a hot water bottle, or place smaller ones in jacket pockets to keep gloved hands warm while outside.

  • Take The Heat With You

    Take The Heat With You

  • Take The Heat With You

    Take The Heat With You

    Siting on bleachers while cheering on your kids isn't as fun when it's cold outside. Try throwing a blanket or a towel in the dryer for a few minutes, then place it in an insulated cooler until you need it. It'll stay warm and be a nice relief from the frozen benches while you sit out in the cold.

  • Heat Up Your Favorite Cold Drinks

    Heat Up Your Favorite Cold Drinks

  • Heat Up Your Favorite Cold Drinks

    Heat Up Your Favorite Cold Drinks

    Hot chocolate is an all time favorite way to warm up after spending time in the cold. Did you know that getting delicious and nutritious hot chocolate is as easy as warming up TruMoo® Chocolate Milk? Heat the TruMoo in a pot on the stove or in the microwave for a satisfying treat.

  • Bake Your Way Warm

    Bake Your Way Warm

  • Bake Your Way Warm

    Bake Your Way Warm

    Baking after being in the cold is a win-win: you end up with delicious treats and your house is warm from the stove being on.

  • Homemade Hot Packs

    Homemade Hot Packs

  • Homemade Hot Packs

    Homemade Hot Packs

    You don't need to spend a lot on heating pads or packaged hand warms to get the same results from a DIY project. Take a sock (make sure there are no synthetic materials in the sock that are flammable) and fill it up with rice. Sew the top closed. To use, microwave for 1-2 minutes and enjoy! If you have store bought ice packs, check the label- many of the gel packs can also be warmed up in the microwave.

  • Dance Yourself Warm

    Dance Yourself Warm

  • Dancw Yourself Warm

    Dancw Yourself Warm

    When you're cold, you may just want to huddle under blankets until the feeling returns in your toes. But the best way to get your circulation going again is by moving! Throw on your favorite playlist and start dancing- you'll be warm in no time.

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