10 Gadgets to Keep You Warm This Season

warm techLiving in Southern California, I admit that I am not the first to complain about the cold weather. But having resided in cities like Chicago (born and bred), NYC and D.C., I know the trials and tribulations of keeping warm. So as the colder weather sneaks up on us (or in some cases, has already come), I thought I would round up some neat gadgets on this week’s My Life Scoop for helping you keep warm this winter. Click here to read the full post. I hope you all stay warm! — Stephanie

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  1. My husband insisted on getting the Nest when it came out, and I LOVE IT! It’s one of the best investments we’ve made for our home.

  2. marga says:

    Oh dear it is so cold in London, well at least for my spanish blood, I wear so many layers and such a huge coat that all you can see is my eyes. I like the ear warmer.

  3. Joani says:

    I would definitely go through withdrawal without my space heater, but what I really want is that portable fire place! I love cold weather, but I also love being toasty and warm.

  4. Rachel says:

    We installed the Nest in our house while we were renovating and it’s amazing: we can set our radiant heat from our iPhones when we’re not home. Super great investment and looks great on the wall.

  5. Audrey says:

    What is gadget #5 shown here? The post on My Life Scoop has a totally different set of things.

    1. Stephanie says:

      Hey Audrey,

      I am not sure if you noticed the second page of content on the My Life Scoop post (it’s really easy to miss), but you can find the additional 5 products there, along with the coordinating links. You can check it out here: http://mylifescoop.com/2012/12/11/10-gadgets-to-keep-you-warm-this-season/2/


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