So, here I am facing the first bite of real cold (for the current few days) and I am falling back on old habits.
I go to work, work, go home, heat up dinner, and then crawl into my sleeping bag that stays on the couch and eat my dinner as I listen to the radio.
I was going to use the laptop a bit last night and perhaps this morning, but I decided against it, as it was too cold.
My laptop might have shut down and the thought of using my laptop with increasingly frozen fingers didn’t sound appealing.
Neither did running the furnace as it would be a steady and losing proposition just to heat the place up for a couple of hours.
So, I just snuggled in and relaxed as I stayed warm on my couch before going to bed early. I got out of bed when I needed to get moving to get ready for work.
It is the way that I handle the really cold weather . . . I hibernate.
I know that January and February will be really cold, after that it will start to warm up. I will adjust, I always do.
The trick is to be able to do what I want/need to do, yet do so without costing me too much in resources or cash.
As the whole focus of my life at this point is to save as much cash as I can, so I can move on to the next phase of my life (The Homesteading Phase) as soon as possible.
So, I will hibernate the really cold nights away, as it is just what I do.
As always: Keep your head up, your attitude positive, and keep moving forward!