9:00am – Enter a room. Be cold. Think to yourself it’s fine, I’ll warm up in two minutes when I’m settled and used to this room’s temperature.
9:02am – Put on a pair of socks. Cold feet = cold body. Warm feet = happy body.
9:10am – Nestle into a blanket, because though the socks are nice, they aren’t helping your cold arms.
9:30am – Stop what you’re doing and realise you’re still cold.
9:31am – Leave the room for a drink then walk back in. It’ll seem warmer if you’re used to the outside colder temperature.
9:45am – That only worked for a minute.
10:00am – cave and put the heater on low. You don’t want to be that person, after all.
10:30am – treat-yo-self and turn the heater up.
11:00am – Should you go downstairs and get food? No, not after all the effort you put into getting warm in the first place.
11:08am – eat the banana on your bedside table. It’ll get you through until 1:00am, when it will hopefully be warmer, thus safer to go downstairs.
11:15am – why is it still cold in here? Wrap yourself up tightly in a blanket.
11:30am – pride yourself on your survival skills. You’re finally a comfortable temperature. Well done, camper.
Enjoy the quickly approaching winter,