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This article was originally published on April 11, 2018.
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This article is part of a series about how to stay warm during winter and stay safe during an icy or wet season.
If you’re planning to travel this winter, take some extra precautions.
This winter will be a cold one.
It will be colder than it is now and there will be more rain, which means you’ll be exposed to more hypothermia and more frostbite.
The temperature will also be higher than it normally is during the dry season.
You’ll need to consider how much time you spend outside, including your outdoor time, before your trip.
Winter is a time when the outside is often the worst thing you can do, and you’re most vulnerable if you’re indoors.
Take the time to get in the habit of staying in the dark, keeping windows open and keeping your doors locked.
The key to staying warm during the cold winter is keeping your body as flexible as possible.
Keep your feet flexible and flexible in all areas, including the toes.
The key to a comfortable outdoor lifestyle is to keep the body as well-rested as possible throughout the day.
If you’re cold, it’s more important to be warm.
It takes a lot of strength to keep yourself warm in the winter, and your body will need a lot more of it if you stay inside for extended periods of time.
If there are any restrictions, make sure you don’t break them, and always make sure that they’re well-planned.
Don’t let the cold affect your quality of lifeIf you have a cold, you should take it as a personal challenge to keep going and keep your spirits up.
Make yourself feel better by being active, exercise regularly and get some exercise at home.
You can also make yourself feel more energetic by exercising or doing extra physical activity during the winter.
You should also make sure to drink plenty of fluids.
Keep fluids in your body so you can keep your blood sugar under control and to avoid dehydration.
If the cold isn’t the reason for your lack of activity or feeling energised, it could be because you’re dehydrated.
This could be due to dehydration caused by the loss of fluid or blood from your kidneys, which can cause hypoglycemia.
You could also be dehydrated from a number of other things, such as poor nutrition or a lack of food or drink.
If a cold spell does happen, you’ll want to keep hydrated and stay active.
If it’s raining or snowy outside, you may want to make sure your feet are dry before you get outside.
Make sure you have enough water and snacks, as it may be difficult to keep an open door if you have to walk outside in the cold.