That's why I was thrilled when Tech Guru Jeff Cambron reached out to The Boomer Brief with some high-tech ideas for keeping warm this winter.
Even though Charlotte's new Donna-Decorated office is fabulous dahling...with the big windows and high ceiling, it can get a little chilly for her thin blood.
Jeff's scoured the Net and found some innovative high-tech gadgets to keep us cozy this winter - or in Charlotte's case - year round.
Jeff Cambron's Top Tech Tools for Keeping Warm This Winter
1. Cuddle up with a USB blanket.
If you spend a lot of time at home on the computer, this USB Heated Blanket is perfect for keeping away the chills. It plugs into any USB port, comes with two cords and can be worn over the shoulders or across your lap. Just pour yourself a cup of tea and settle in.
2. Keep your toes toasty with battery-powered heating socks.
These super cozy socks have a thin battery-powered heating element encased in the toe that won't overheat, and are made out of "moisture-wicking" material to keep you toasty, not sweaty.
3. Stay mobile with touch-screen gloves.
iPhone users have long known the frustration of trying to text, swipe or tap while out in the elements. Hopefully you won't need gloves in the house too often, but when Jack Frost really comes a knockin', these babies from Agloves made with a special conductive material will keep you connected.
4. Get efficient with a programmable thermostat.
This one's a no-brainer so if you don't have one, get one. A programmable thermostat will automatically lower the temperature of your home at night or while you're out and about, making the heat run less when you're not actively using it. Avoid the elements all together and find free shipping codes for Home Depot, who has a great selection.