Ok, I get it. We’re in California. For the most part, in California, excluding the Sierra Nevada, temperatures will rarely drop under 32°F/0°C. It’s not freezing. But nevertheless, it can get pretty damn cold during the winter months.
Why the heck are Californian houses so poorly insulated and why in hell do so many apartments not have central heat/air?
I’ve been freezin’ my cute little butt off during the winter months here.
I have refrained from sleeping in the bedroom and have camped out in the living room for a while now, because it’s the only room with a heater.
We also had to put a towel in front of the door to prevent the draft from creeping up on us.
So, I finally did, what I think most people end up doing at some point: I bought a small space heater.
It’s mainly for the bathroom. Since there only is an AC/heater combination in the living room, it’s been freakin’ cold in the bedroom and bathroom the last few months. It got to the point where my towels would not even dry in any 24 hours-period, because temperatures in the bathroom were so low, let alone the fact that the bathroom stayed pretty damp and that I was shivering when I got out of the shower every morning.
I know, you’re going to say that now winter is almost over and my investment in a space heater comes a little late, but you know what they say, better late than never ;) And I agree with that.
I’ve been enjoying a cozy, warm bathroom for the last couple of days!
Oh, the comfort!! :)