Sunday, 5 October 2014

Heat Holders Review and Competition

I definitely feel the cold; the drop in temperature lately has had me quickly reaching for extra layers.  Unfortunately our central heating is not sorted yet so we have to rely on other measures to get toasty.  Thankfully I was sent a Snugover from Heat Holders, since this arrived I have not wanted to take it off!  I already love the Heat Holders socks and they help me survive winter but the Snugover is my new favourite product of theirs.


It’s loungewear for indoors but I must admit I have been wearing it outdoors for the mad dashes to get the puppy used to toileting outside!  It’s so warm and comfortable with a 1.4 tog rating I think I will be sad when I have to wash it and wait to wear it again!  I will have to buy a spare just for washing days so I never go without my Snugover again.

Hubbie is very envious of it, it’s so soft to touch everyone wanted to give me cuddles just to get close to the Snugover!  I think I will have to order one for hubbie before he sulks too much; they are very reasonable for £25 as they might save us cracking up the radiators of an evening and spending more on heating (when our radiators are finally sorted that is!).



I love how you can tighten the top and button of the Snugover so you keep all the heat cosily wrapped around you!  I am so much happier when I am warm and Heat Holders products make the winter months more bearable.  My boys are already developing a similar love for Heat Holders having been sent a pair of the Children’s socks.  They have enjoyed wearing them in the house to keep their feet all snug.  They took them off when they went to bed and left them next to their beds so they could put them straight on the next morning!  They are long so you can wear them with Wellingtons but the boys seem to consider them their in house defrost their feet socks! 

With a 2.3 tog rating the boys will certainly feel warmer this winter.  For £5 a pair it’s worth investing in a few sets so the boys stay comfortable.  If you get cold your more prone to catching illnesses, so I am all for stocking up on Heat Holders products instead…

I have been offered three ladies Snugovers to giveaway (they come in black, navy and purple), if you would like to enter to win one please kindly complete the form below by the 26th of October.

Heat Holders Snugover (3 winners)

237 comments:

  1. I put the heating on low all day and wrap up warm - 4 layers.

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  2. Wrap up warm. We have a very cold house that takes ages to get warm

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  3. I snuggle up with hubby in front of the fire.

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  4. Ive just gone and bought some hand warmers for when we go away in Jan

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  5. Lots of layers! I have loads of hats, scarves and gloves sets too!

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  6. lovely giveaway, would love to win these. Im a postie so out in all weathers, need to keep my feet warm! i love nothing better than lots of cosy jumpers and blankets in winter x

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  7. kieran robertson5 October 2014 at 12:58

    onesie on and lots of hot tea

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  8. lots of woolly jumpers and hats

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  9. layers and I use hand warmers which are good at work

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  10. I love heat holders socks, i have quite a few, so i use them and lots of snuggly jumpers

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  11. A mug of hot chocolate!

    Ashleigh

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  12. I have a Brora wool throw, it's really cosy x

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  13. warm pj's & cuddles with the hubby :D x

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  14. Fleece pj's and a mug of hot chocolate

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  15. Put the heating on and wear a cardigan

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  16. A blanket on the sofa is always a must.

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  17. I wear layers of clothing when going outdoors.

    Rachel Craig

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  18. I use a space blanket inside.

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  19. tee shirt, rugby shirt, topped with a hoodie and woolly socks on my feet during the day and a hot water bottle at night.

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  20. when home I put on thermals than a big onesie, Ive than a slanket on the couch and my 3 dogs all jump in

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  21. Lots of layers and cups of tea

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  22. lots and lots of layers and hat scarf and gloves

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  23. I put more layers on, but I'm generally a warm person anyway so I relish the weather getting colder because the summer is unbearable for me!

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  24. Put on an extra layer, turn the heating down

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  25. Lots of cuddles and a blanket on the sofa.

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  26. plenty of layers and keeping active helps. Sitting watching tv can be chilly so I find arranging the dogs in strategic positions helps - one on feet, one either side of me!

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  27. Dressing gown and thick socks! :)

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  28. Snuggle up with the other half whilst wearing my Dad's thick and ever so comfy woolly fishing socks! :)

    Amanda A

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  29. Extra clothing including T-shirt under my jumper, thick black tights under my jeans and thermal socks.

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  30. lots of layers and gloves scarf hat the works

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  31. I wear layers rather than thick chunky clothes, always seems to work for me x

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  32. We live in a 250 year old cottge and I'm always cold. In the winter, we light the file and use the precious oil for the radiators, plus I wrap a scarf around my neck!

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  33. Fleece blanket while i watch TV and a hot Toddy!!

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  34. Under a blanket, and with a hot water bottle

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  35. Lots of layers and extra socks lol x

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  36. Layers and layers next to the fire while chilling with the family

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  37. Warming comfort foods like stews & hotpots

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  38. I put a blanket around me and snuggle on the settee

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  39. Wear lots of layers

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  40. Woolly jumpers, hat, scarf and gloves

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  41. Hot water bottle like my old mom.

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  42. Lots of hot baths & woolly socks!

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  43. Leggings under my tousers and 2 pairs of socks xx

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  44. My Heat holders socks (before my daughter claimed them) and a scarf.

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  45. With a snuggly blanket and a soft warm purry cat on my lap!

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  46. Blankets and hot water bottles....oh and the dog cuddled up x

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  47. Layers and my favourite wool blanket.

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  48. Layers works to keep warm for me & snuggling in front of the log fire of an evening!!

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  49. Lots of Layers and snuggles at night xx

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  50. layers, and lots of them and if im going to be out for a little while then those hand warmers that you snap and they heat up.

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  51. layers, to trap and heat air .. like ducks.

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  52. Stay snuggled up under blankets, wear extra layers and a hot water bottle

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  53. with a onesie and a hot chocolate :)

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  54. My supersoft onsie & kitty slippers xx

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  55. I have a big thick Cardigan for during the day if my home gets cold, and a mega fur coat for when I venture out - along with a fur hat of course!!

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  56. Lots of layers and extra thick socks.

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  57. Big socks, thick hoodies and cuddles with the dog :-)

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  58. wrapped in my duvet with a hot water bottle

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  59. onsie, snuggly blanket and lots of hot chocolate.

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  60. onsie, gas fire and hot chocolate x

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  61. Lots of thin layers and snuggle with my dogs.

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  62. My heated throw comes back out of the cupboard every year.

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  63. nice snuggly soft jumpers and socks

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  64. I have a big Christmas jumper with reindeers on it. It does the job!

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  65. Lots of time under the duvet

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  66. light the coal fire and get nice and toastie x

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  67. a big fleecy blanket (but looks like a snugover would be more practical)

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  68. With my heat holder socks, a hot chocolate and a blanket.

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  69. Gabrielle Powell16 October 2014 at 16:44

    I wear lots of layers, and always wear Heatholder socks

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  70. i wear lots of layers and never leave the house with out gloves and scarf

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  71. I love my hot water bottle

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  72. Hot chocolate, fluffy socks and a slanket

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  73. I like a duvet under and a duvet over.

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  74. Huggles with partner

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  75. Lots of warm drinks and layers!!!

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  76. Thick socks, thick jumper and a nice fire.

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  77. Layers of clothing and warm drinks

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  78. Thermal Vests are excellent :) thank you for the giveaway x

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  79. I wear my under armour golf thermals :)

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  80. Layers, long socks and slipper boots.

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  81. Hot water bottle

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  82. My cat is an awesome source of warmth!

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  83. Slipper socks, a thick jumper and a fleecey blanket!

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  84. layers, hot water bottles, blankets. i try to avoid putting the heating on until I really have to these days - oh, and I have a slanket. LOVE slankets.

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  85. i have a disabled daughter, so i have to put the heating on high! x

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  86. Layers and plenty of activity plus lots of hot drinks

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  87. Curl up with the cat on my lap

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  88. During the daytime thick socks (sometimes heat holders), boot type slippers, cardi/jumper that the mother in law knitted me. I also have the heating on if my hands and legs are in pain with the cold, and sometimes wear my finger less gloves. On a night I have a fleecy dressing gown which is very warm and some fleecy boot type slippers

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  89. Thermal underwear and thermal lined curtains which we draw shut at dusk!

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  90. I have a thin raw silk scarf which I wear in the house to take the chill off my neck, which helps retain body heat, plus lots of layers & slippers.

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  91. hmm, did that go through... oh well, try again anyway...
    Thermals and lots of layers.

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  92. Layers - we're on a low income so its two t-shirts and a jumper or sweatshirt before the heating goes on :D Gleam entries are in my real name NIKKI HAYES

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  93. Fingerless gloves, blanket over my knees, and jumpers my mum knits.

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  94. im a bit of a hot bod, but my feet do get a bit chilly, but have some real snuggly slippers

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  95. Electric blankets and lots of layers. I have a heated throw for downstairs so if we get cold we turn this on and all snuggle up together!

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  96. snuggle up on the sofa with my dog

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  97. Extra layers of clothing and plenty of hot chocolate.

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  98. Hot bath, followed by cuddles with my gorgeous man :)

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  99. Hot bath before bed and fleece clothing

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  100. Stay in bed or have my blankets on sofa and wear my dressing gown over my clothes

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  101. jumpers heating on a constant low just to keep the chill off nice hot drinks

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  102. Hot water bottle and layer up
    ELISHA

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  103. Lots of layers and a hot water bottle!

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  104. i always wear my dressing gown even over my clothes :)

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  105. a onesie and cosy slippers

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  106. thick sweater,slippers and a hot water bottle

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  107. Thermals, have to find them pretty soon

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  108. laura jayne bates25 October 2014 at 16:02

    warm jumper

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  109. Heating up and cuddly husband :-)

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  110. Wrap up with several layers.
    Stephen Little
    steve_c_little@yahoo.com

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  111. Wear thin layers and make sure your head, hands and feet are warm

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  112. We had underfloor heating installed last year and its amazing!

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  113. Warm socks and slipper boots (my feet get cold so easily), my dressing gown, a blanket over me, a cat (or two) on my lap and a dog pressing against me!

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  114. hot water bottle

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  115. duvet on the sofa
    Victoria B

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  116. Lots of layers during the day and a faux fur throw on the sofa

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  117. I like to snuggle on the sofa with my throw ;-)

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  118. Wrap myself in a cosy throw while watching tv, and use my cat as a hot water bottle.

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  119. I wear lots of layers and fingerless gloves

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  120. Hot water bottle = key to success!

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  121. hot water bottle and thermal underwear!

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  122. Cover every part of my body and drink tea.

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  123. By always wearing an extra layer and hot water in bed at night!

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  124. If I can keep my toes warm, then keeping the rest comfortable isn't so difficult - well that's the theory anyway!

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  125. By wearing quite a lot of layers and having delicious warm soup, especially served in a mug so I can put my hands around it

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  126. I wear my heatholders socks and a huge snuggly dressing gown! If I'm out walking I wear lovely sexy thermal undies ;-)

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  127. Lots of layers of clothes and cuddle up on the sofa under a fleecy blanket.

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  128. Layer up and plenty of hot drinks

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  129. Snuggle up to hubby! ~~~~~~~~~ I entered my name as Lorraine STeine ~~ haha! It is Lorraine Stone.

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  130. plenty of layers, set heating to come on an hour before you wake up so its nice when you wake up :)

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  131. PJ's as soon as my boy is in bed, onesie, and a snuggle on the sofa. Im always cold and hubby always warm so this would solve our problems

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  132. I get my traditional "Winter Warmer Jumper" out of the wardrobe. Once it makes and appearance, it officially marks the end of summer

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  133. Chicken soup, central heating and snuggling up to my hubby

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  134. Blankets and jumpers in the evening and a run in the morning to get my heart pumping

    trevor linvell

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  135. Hot water bottle, duvet on the sofa and a glass of red wine!

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  136. I don't need extra clothes or heating -at 51 years old my hot flushes keep me hot whatever the weather!!

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  137. Layers...lots and lots of layers :) x

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  138. Thermal Socks and Ugg Boots, if my feet are warm it keeps the rest of my body warm

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  139. lots of layers and a throw on the sofa in the evening - plus a dog that snuggles up too

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  140. I drink a lot of hot beverages

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  141. I have so many blankets & jumpers to wrap up in & microwavable dinosaurs for when I really need warming up!!

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  142. I put a hot water bottle inside my waistband

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