Winter is coming–Unless you live in a city where the weather is the same all year round. Still, the words “October”, “autumn”, and “parka” roll off the tongue nicely even if you’re not surrounded by leaves shape-shifting and jumping off trees. We’ve got plenty of gourd-themed, Halloween, and other autumn essentials for you this week. You can check them all out HERE, or feast on these featured fall deals below:
Halloween LED String Lights – Each strand of Halloween string lights with ghosts and pumpkins spans 116 inches; battery-operated LED lights rated to last 10,000 hours
Angie’s List Membership – National service helps consumers find high-quality pros, such as doctors & mechanics, with live support & certified data-collection process
Dog Halloween Costumes – Costumes transform your pup into a caped superhero, horned devil, or rotund pumpkin; most costumes include accessories and a velcro front
$15 for $30 Worth of Halloween Confections and Gifts from Cherry Moon Farms – Seasonally spooky sweets include hand-decorated shortbread cookies, gingerbread haunted houses, and candy-coated caramel apples
Heathered Fleece Throw – Cozy throw blankets forged from multidimensional heathered fabric; available in five colors
After you’re done prepping your home for winter, prep your body for upcoming frigid temps with these helpful tips:
- Keep your body temperature elevated by wearing wool over the body parts that give off the most heat—the top of your head and underneath your tongue.
- You can prevent frostbitten fingers by wearing gloves and prevent unbearably cold feet by filling those gloves with thick, freshly made soup and then jamming them into your shoes.
- Dry skin is a problem in winter, especially for people who are always rubbing themselves with desiccants.
- You’ve probably never seen a shivering horse. They must be doing something right. Try to be more like a horse or something.
- Do the thing people have been doing for centuries—fake your own death so you can stay in your home completely unbothered.