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    Hi guys.

    This has just gone up on the News section of the Streamline website:

    It’s Getting Cold Outside

    It has loads of tips on how to stay toasty warm as the temperatures plummet. My personal fave is to keep drinking lots of warm drinks – no surprise there then lol.

    If you have any others to share, please do as it is something most of us will have to deal with at some point. I love finding new ways to keep warm. I’m sure I was a lizard in a former life :-O

    Thanks muchly

    Doodah x


    Thermal Quilted jacket for Women

    I bought some thermal base layers for motorcycling but I find I wear them pretty much all the time in the winter. I have them on today and I’ve been indoors mostly. I’m toasty.



    I love that Chris. It doesn’t look bulky like some padded jackets do. I wear a gilet one around the house. My husband keeps telling me to put on the heating (I’m a home based worker) but I just can’t bring myself to heat an entire house just for one person! This type of jacket would solve the problem. Thanks for sharing.

    Doodah x

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