Don’t get caught in the cold
Make sure your heating systems have been serviced and are in good working order ahead of cold snaps. Rebates and other incentives are available to help prepare energy systems for winter.
Create an emergency kit
Having supplies accessible in an emergency kit is always important. The CDC has some suggestions for pandemic-specific additions.
Get set for outside socializing
Winter doesn’t need to be a barrier to safe socializing. With cozy additions like a fire pit or patio heater, plus lighting and perhaps a cover for those soggy days, entertaining outside throughout the chilly season is a real option.
With a winter greenhouse, continuing a pandemic-inspired obsession with gardening is possible. It’s also one way to create community, as long as you have a few social-distancing guidelines in place.
Gear up for snowy days
Shop safely outside
By patronizing outdoor markets, not only do you stay safer, but also support farmers, artisans, and other small businesses that have been hit hard by the pandemic.
Travel the world remotely
Be smart when you socialize
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