7 Fun Ways to Stay Warm in Your Home Office

Is your home office drafty and cold? Here are some fun ways to add warmth to your writing space.

1. Use a laptop instead of a desktop computer. A laptop combined with some extra clothing layers will keep you toasty warm.

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2. If you’re stuck with a desktop computer, then invest in some heated USB gadgets like a heated mouse and keyboard, shoulder wrap, chair pad and slippers.

3. Does your home office have a fireplace? Most don’t. The next best thing is to keep this virtual fireplace open on your desktop.

4. Warm up your insides by spicing up your morning coffee. Yummly has 300+ recipes that you can try. How about starting with this Deep, Rich Mexican Hot Chocolate?

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5. If your home office is really drafty, make a blanket fort to write in.

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6. Or, you could get a cat; cats love to cuddle when writers write.

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7. And if all else fails—read a book that warms your heart, or even better WRITE one!

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Stay warm, my friends, and write on!

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2 responses to “7 Fun Ways to Stay Warm in Your Home Office

  1. These are great ideas, Jean. My office has been cold lately – we’ve had chilly weather here too (although not as cold as yours, I suspect). I have had a blanket on my lap and a fleece jacket draped over my shoulders to stay warm. My office is my middle son’s former bedroom – it’s the warmest room in the summer and the coldest in winter – so I often joke that it’s no wonder he moved out! 🙂

    Thanks for the ideas. Stay toasty!

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