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Published on November 3rd, 2011 | by Vivian Nelson Melle

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5 Ways to Keep Warm During a Power Outage

No matter how much you plan, a storm that zaps your power is always quite a surprise. While having an emergency kit with candles, a NOAA weather radio and other essentials is important, you must also know how to keep toasty. Here are 5 ways to keep warm when you lose power.

warm beanie

warm beanie

1. Cover Your Head

Body heat is released through the head so you want to keep your head covered whenever possible. A baseball cap is an okay choice, but beanies are a better option as they keep the warm close to the head and are usually made with an insulating material. You can also use a scarf to wrap around or even throw a blanket over your head if that’s all you have.

{CC photo courtesy of Cobstone on Flickr}

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About the Author

Vivian Nelson Melle is a writer and life coach helping individuals, families, and businesses thrive. She supports small businesses especially in the areas of Green Living, Health, and Wellness. She can be found at www.viviannelsonmelle.com and www.craftyvivi.com



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