Make a DIY heater with tea lights and a terra cotta pot.
Rub a candle on your shoe until you've coated it in wax, then have at it with your blow dryer until it melts, creating a thin, waterproof layer on your shoe!
Turn your ceiling fan on in a clockwise direction. Warm air rises to the ceiling, so the fan moving clockwise will push it back down to you!
When you've finished cooking dinner, turn OFF your oven but keep it open so the excess heat can circulate and warm up the room.
Sew a satin bonnet on the inside of your beanie to keep it from absorbing your natural oils and preventing your hair from breaking in the cold, dry air.
Stay cozy by putting your pajamas, work clothes, or socks in the dryer for a few minutes before putting them on.
If you don't have access to an in-unit dryer, warm up your socks with a hair dryer before putting them on!
When freezing weather comes, leave the cabinet doors under your bathroom and kitchen sinks open. This will allow warmer air to circulate around the pipes, and prevent them from freezing.
If you're outside and need the use of your hands for a long period of time, put on a pair of rubber gloves under your work gloves for warmth and dexterity.
If you have dry skin, mix a drop of facial oil into your foundation before applying.
Finally, before bed, apply shea butter to your clean feet and then cover them with fuzzy socks to keep them moisturized and warm overnight.