You all think my sweaters are for style. They are literally and completely necessary for life during the winter months. This is not a drill. Send mittens. Winter is coming!
About the Episode:
As the seasons begin to change here at the farmhouse, I am finally donning sweaters again. Which means that winter, too, is on its way. If you’ve lived your whole life in newer-built houses, you may not be familiar with the positively Victorian lengths we old house owners will go to in order to stay warm in our own homes. Fingerless gloves anyone?
In this episode, you’ll hear:
- My top 10 tips for keeping warm in an older house
- Why insulation is something I will always splurge on
- The tragic (and frigid) tale of Paige, who hastily removed nasty carpet to let in the actual ice goblins all winter
And so much more!
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