Hot Up Stairs


In the colder months, how do you make sure that you never wake up chilled to the bone, but not so hot that you can't sleep? It's a balancing act that's for sure, trying to keep your energy bill down without feeling like you've gone back to the stone age. Hopefully these quests will help.

A square badge with a bed with an extra blanket in the center with the words: Hot Up Stairs

Keep a blanket next to your bed.

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How to Put a Blanket on the Bed

How to Make a Bed : How to Put a Blanket on the Bed

Learn how to put on the blanket when you make a bed.
2 minutes


I don't have a spare blanket?

Do you have a throw or a sleeping bag you can use?

Beware of

The other half

If your other half has a different sleeping temperature range to you don't panic, just fold the blanket so that it doesn't go on their side.

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