Winter Hacks To Keep The Home Nice and Warm During the Cold Season Page 16

Use Tire Tracks

Nobody wants to end up getting stuck in the snow, especially if you’re in a place that’s pretty far from home. That’s why it’s important to always be prepared, especially in the winter months. And one of the best tools you can keep in your car in case you get stuck is tire tracks. These will allow you to get some traction underneath your wheels and get out of a slippery situation.

All you need to do is place them in front or behind your tires, (depending on which way you want to go), and they should allow your tires to catch.

Don’t Skimp On The Vitamin C

Let’s face it, for many there’s no avoiding getting a cold at least once during the winter. However, you can reduce the severity of a cold or keep it from worsening if you don’t forget one slice of age-old wisdom. Remember to consume lots of vitamin C. Most people get their vitamin C from fruits and this is where we recommend you get yours from, as well.

Eating oranges or drinking orange juice is a popular way to get some extra vitamin C, but pretty much most fruits contain high levels of vitamin C. They also just taste really good.

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