Let’s face it, winter has us all feeling down in the dumps, but there are ways to make yourself feel better. This infographic by BestCounselingDegrees.net will show you how to cure your winter woes.
In the true north, winters have become part of the Canadian identity and culture. How does the average Canadian celebrate and endure the winter months? They bundle up, invent new delicacies and play a lot of winter sports. In fact, Canadians have even been known to go to some bizarre extremes when the weather turns polar.
If you’re finding it difficult enough getting through those howls of the blistery winds this winter, along with the grey skies and frosty chills, the only solution is to turn your heating up a notch. However, this may bring you concern if you’re someone who worries about soaring electricity bills.
Is your furnace ready for the winter? This infographic guides you to common signs that your unit may have problems and advise on whether you need to repair or replace it. Also learn about the AFUE (Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency) rating system to understand how efficient your furnace is.
For anyone who wants to escape the ferocious freeze this winter, My Destination has an alternative option to wearing five layers a day and facing the office radiator like a plant does towards the sun. These seven destinations will help you chill out without the arctic climate.
Every winter, thousands of people suffer burst or frozen pipes and don’t know what to do. People are also unaware of just how much it costs to repair the damage to your home during the big freeze. With just a few simple precautions most of these pipes could be protected from bursting or freezing. Take a look at this infographic from Ecclesiastical with some of the facts and top tips.
The winter season is upon us and with it comes snow, blizzards and sometimes hypothermia. Parts of winter we love while others we hate. This Infographic by Eastern Mountain Sports Schools looks at the good, the bad and the ugly of the winter season.