While we don’t live in a particularly cold place, it can still get chilly during the winter. Since we’re not used to the cold weather, we start bundling up when the temperature goes below 50 degrees. If you’re working outside in the relatively frigid air, you’re going to need a way to stay warm. Here are a few tips to make the most out of your time outside so you can stay warm and get the job done.
If you’ll be working with your hands, it’s much easier to maneuver your fingers when they’re not freezing. Consider wearing gloves. You might even choose ones with extra grip or finger pads that still allow you to use your smartphone while wearing them.
If you’ll be in the cold for a while, purchase hand help warmers that can go in your pockets, shoes, or gloves to help warm you up. They’re like tiny heaters that don’t require cords or batteries, and they’re extremely useful for those long, cold days or nights in the elements.
Don’t underestimate the power of a wool scarf, especially on a windy day. Throw on a scarf as you head out the door and you’ll stay warm all day, or at least your torso will. Not only is a scarf a fashionable accessory but it’s easy to shield your face, your head, your neck, and even your arms with a long flowing scarf.