Obviously, cold weather equates to grumpy people. Chilly days are unpleasant by definition. Gloomy clouds bounce around the sky and contribute to an unhappy society. They make people bundle up in pounds of clothing just so they can sweat when entering a heated building and still freeze with every gust of cold wind that blows down from the control centers above.
But even the grumpiest person needs to learn how to cope if they don’t want to be unapproachable, fired from their job or even just so they can stay on good terms with their friends and family. For many, the answer is in the tealeaves, literally.
People need to drink more tea!
If you haven’t picked up on it already, I’m a tea lover through and through. I have stash of a wide variety of tea bags in my room and prefer sipping on multiple cups throughout the day to get my caffeine and a sense of calm. Of course, tea is nothing without hot water and nothing makes me simmer more than waiting for water to boil. When I first tried out Rosewill’s Stainless Steel Water Kettle I realized that I’d been totally missing out.
First of all the Rosewill electric kettle (I have Model # RHKT-15001) is incredibly stylish. (Who knew electric kettles could be classy??) I have the white kettle, and was delighted when I first used it and discovered that when you turn it on part of it lights up a iridescent blue. Not only am I in love with the design, but the kettle holds the perfect amount of water (1.5L) for multiple cups of tea so you don’t need to keep refilling. Using 1500 watts of power, the kettle brings water to a boil in a matter of minutes. In my own experience, it takes about a minute, which saves SO much time compared to my previous kettle!
As the temperatures keep dropping (it’s snowing today in Chicago and London!?) snuggling in bed with a cup of hot tea, a fabulous book and some fuzzy socks is going to become more and more enticing. Give yourself a break for convenience and go out and purchase this electric kettle (it’s okay to spoil yourself!) it retails for $59.99 and you can get it on rosewill.com.
Also—all of those books featured in the photos are AMAZING (and totally different from each other) and I’m going to have reviews up for them soon for all of my bookworms :)
There’s certainly nothing more agreeable than tea and a good book!
Stay Classy! xx