Gadgets that could help you survive the winter blues

While the winter blues can affect anyone, this winter may feel particularly long as people spend more time indoors. Still, staying active and productive can be difficult as the temperature dips.

These liners from the Sharper Image fit inside your gloves, but they sat warm through battery power.

Add an extra layer with wireless rechargeable warming glove liners

This device can cool you down, but during the winter month, tap on the red illuminated bar to increase your body temperature an extra 5 degrees.

Warm up with the Embr Wave Temperature-Control Bracelet

Think of this device as a comforter for your hands. Plugging into a USB charger, the warmer heats up a graphene layer, which then keeps the flannel-covered device warm.

Keep hands toasty with the Smart Hand Warmer

With Yummly you can access countless curated recipes for everything from green bean casseroles to tiramisu. The app also allows you to create shopping lists and generally just makes everything easier.

Cook up a storm with Yummly

Smart window blinds are way to install and can fit your home and budget — whatever your needs. Some of them can even be controlled through smart assistants including Alexa and Google Assistant.

Block out snow glare with smart window blinds

Cut down on your budget with the Homde Washable Blanket which is machine washable for easy care, and works for four hours before shutting off on its own. two-hour auto shut off.

Keep your toes warm with heated blankets

A smart display lets you tap into Google Assistant or even Amazon Alexa while you’re preparing holiday meals, or checking the weather.

Keep connected with a smart display

For those days when it’s too cold to get out of your bed, a smart thermostat can warm up your room for you.

Save money with a smart thermostat

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