To-Done has a list of things you can do to “Winterize Your Body.”
One of the things Iâ€™m going to try really hard to do this winter is not get sick again. Iâ€™ve been under the weather on and off for the past week and Iâ€™m bound and determined to put a stop to that. Luckily there are all sorts of resources that offer advice on keeping fit through the winter months. Iâ€™ve compiled a list of tips for those of you who, like me, want to get a head start on your healthy New Yearâ€™s resolution.
My two favorites:
- Drink in moderation. I know it can be hard, especially during the holidays, but the more you can limit your alcohol in take the less chance you have of getting sick.
- Drink lots of water. A good idea for holiday parties is to substitute a bottle of water for every other drink. This cuts down on your alcohol intake and helps you get the extra water you need.
Or you can visit wikiHOW’s “How to Prepare Your Home for Winter” for some steps on taking care of your home this cold season. A few that actually apply to Texas:
2. Caulk around window and door glass and trim, and all exterior trim. Install or replace weather stripping on all doors and windows. Check for cracks around pipes and electrical outlets entering or exiting the walls.
4. Have your heating system checked by a licensed heating/air-conditioning professional. Most furnace manufacturers recommend at least annual inspections.
Although it doesn’t get truly cold in Houston, it still gets cold enough to take care.