10. Avoid Wet Clothing or Hair
Evaporative cooling can work to lower your A/C bill in the summer, but it does the exact opposite in winter. Dry your hair thoroughly when you get out of the shower.
Snow-covered clothing outdoors quickly becomes sopping wet back indoors. Boots are often the worst culprits. It’s best to keep one set of fresh dry socks and shoes for inside and another set for going outside.
If you’ve been outdoors chopping wood and working yourself into a lather, change out of wet clothing as soon as possible. Smart layering can help you avoid any necessary sweating.