2 weeks ago in Student Blogs
When I moved to Sheffield, I did not expect the weather to be THIS cold, let alone having a layer of snow stay on the ground! And with the UK possibly facing its coldest winter in 5 years, I feel it would be appropriate for me to share my "extensive" knowledge of winter living. I may not have lived in the coldest part of Canada, however, Ottawa was home to some VERY cold temperatures with some nights in January dipping below 40°F.
After spending the last year in Sheffield, I’ve come up with a list of suggestions to keep you extra warm this winter and help you through these long cold months.
Bonus tip – if you find that you often have cold fingers, think of investing in some hand warmers. During one of my exams last year, my hands were so cold that I couldn’t properly write my exam! These would have been VERY handy and I’ll definitely be bringing them to my exams this term.
I know some of these tips may seem a little “common sense” but investing in some of these can really make a difference to your mood and motivation this winter!
À plus tard,
*Disclaimer - the information provided is from personal experiences and for informational purposes only. This information can by no means replace medical diagnoses or advice.