As the Christmas season approaches and temperatures drop, staying warm and cosy at home becomes a top priority. In this short blog, we will explore easy ways to ensure you stay toasty this Christmas without feeling the winter chill.
Wearing layers is key. Invest in cosy fluffy jumpers, scarves and thermal socks to ensure you will be snug. Consider a trendy ‘oodie’ for extra warmth and a festive touch to your wardrobe.
New Arrivals – The Oodie UK
Warm and Comforting Beverages.
Stock up on your favourite warm drinks, from coffee and tea to hot Vimto, hot chocolate or a cheeky bailey. These drinks not only warm you from the inside but also help you to relax. It is also always nice to have comforting drinks in, if you have visitors over the Christmas period.
Wholesome Hot Meals.
Opt for hot and hearty meals prepared in a slow cooker for an easy hassle-free meal. Whether it’s a hot pot or a homemade soup, these meals will provide you with essential nutrients and warm your insides. For a quick option, ready-made meals that you pop in the microwave are a convenient alternative.
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Treat yourself to an electric bed blanket or a snuggly sofa throw. These extra additions will ensure you are warm and comfortable for when you are getting into bed or settling in to watch your favourite Christmas movie.
Silentnight Comfort Control Electric Blanket Single – Boots
Keep warm by incorporating indoor exercise into your routine. Search fitness videos on YouTube, from armchair exercises to slow-paced yoga, there is something for everyone. Not only does exercise get you warm, but it is also a great way to stay active during the winter months.
Chair Exercises for Seniors with Music from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s – YouTube
Make staying warm a priority this Christmas by layering up, enjoying comforting drinks, indulging in hot meals, adding cosy extras to your home and incorporating indoor exercise. Whether you are wrapped in a blanket, sipping on a hot chocolate or enjoying a homecooked meal, we hope you have a Merry Christmas and stay warm.