How to keep warm in Autumn

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How to keep warm in Autumn


How to keep warm in Autumn – top tips

When your kids start to whine that it’s getting cold, rather than reaching for the heating, try these simply warming tips first and teach your h whole family how to keep warm in Autumn

Here are my ten simple ways to keep warm this Autumn.

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How to keep warm and cosy this Autumn

  •  Never underestimate the power of a simple vest and layering with thin clothes will keep you warmer than one big jumper
  •  Cosy slippers help a lot!
  •  A walk or a scoot outside will make inside feel toasty and a dance around the kitchen will soon warm them up!
  • Hot dinners like beans and soup and porridge for breakfast all work a treat.
  • Spread rugs over wooden floors
  • You could even make a snake draught excluder from old tights and googly eyes!
  • Cuddles and stories under a blanket are just lovely for keeping warm
  • Open blinds on south facing windows during the day to let in the sun and close blinds at night and curtains to keep in the warmth
  • Get out those gloves and hats they make loads of difference
  • Fill all the gaps around your windows and doors

According to the Telegraph

‘….the single most cost-effective thing you can do to keep warm and cut fuel bills …is to draught-proof your windows and external doors. Ten quid’s worth of self-adhesive draught stripping will pay for itself in a   couple of weeks. Feel for draughts with the back of your hand, and if you’ve   got a particularly wide gap, (e.g. at the corner of a warped window) stick one piece of draught strip on top of another until you’ve filled it

I found this Draught Excluder tape at Amazon for just over £5 – one of lots of great ways how to keep warm in autumn


Hope you are keeping cosy!

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Further reading on how to keep warm in Autumn

I do hope you have enjoyed this post on how to keep warm and cosy this autumn without putting the heating on – it could save you a great deal of money so it is really well worth learning these tips

You might also like my post on ways to cosy up your home




  1. October 10, 2011 / 11:58 am

    Another brilliant post! With the rise in fuel bills, this is all wise advice, thank you

  2. October 11, 2011 / 9:22 am

    Great advice! We have the beds piled with loads of quilts and blankets and take hot water bottles to bed in the winter!

  3. October 11, 2011 / 2:22 pm

    Brilliant ideas – I’ve added this post in to my top ten preparations for Winter as a link as it goes perfect with it. Hope that’s OK x x

  4. Becky
    October 11, 2011 / 2:37 pm

    Great tip these nothing like a hottie!

  5. Fiona (@nlpmum)
    October 11, 2011 / 2:58 pm

    Hadn’t seen this when I posted on the other thread Becky….. we love hot water bottles and wheat bags in the microwave. Trying not to turn on the heating until November….. doing well so far 😉

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  7. adrian
    April 27, 2012 / 4:45 pm

    Yes I agree. Layering is the best. Don’t wear cotton socks or clothes against your skin they will make you even more cold. I wear wool or man made material which insulate better.

  8. October 9, 2014 / 9:36 am

    I sit with a blanket over me at night time while I sit on the sofa. I am a naturally cold person, so it helps with the heating too as I am always nice and snuggly 🙂

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  9. October 9, 2014 / 11:40 am

    Great tips and such a fantastic way to save money for the family! We haven’t got the heating on yet.. and I am trying to avoid it a little longer!

  10. October 9, 2014 / 1:52 pm

    Our heating is knackered old storage heaters so we are chilly even when it is on- however we having lived here a while we know how do deal with it, layering and a big hoards of blankets on the back of all the chairs for when we need them!

  11. October 9, 2014 / 7:08 pm

    I love posts like these that are good for the environment and keep costs down! I grew up in a 16th century pub that didn’t have central heating. We had two open fires downstairs and a gas fire upstairs and that was it. I don’t remember being cold… I hate too much central heating nowadays, perhaps that’s why! 😀

  12. October 9, 2014 / 10:52 pm

    Fantastic tips. You know we were thinking of replacing our front door and you have made me decide to definitely go ahead and do it.

  13. Manneskjur
    October 9, 2014 / 11:02 pm

    Love these tips Becky – I’m a huge fan of the furry slipper boots!

  14. October 10, 2014 / 3:47 pm

    Totally with you on this – jumpers out – fluffy socks on and damn the heating! (although maybe put it on for a little bit while I’m in the bath!)

  15. October 10, 2014 / 5:48 pm

    I love this time of year as I get to snuggle under a cosy blanket on the sofa

  16. October 11, 2014 / 9:04 pm

    very timely as feel the nip in the air this week.

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