With shorter daylight hours and colder days and nights, winter can feel like the perfect time to hibernate. And, in a sense, we do spend the winter months conserving our energy. When we think of energy conservation, the first thing that often comes to mind is tips and tricks for home energy conservation. There are an abundance of guidelines that provide energy (and money) saving tips, holiday-specific energy-saving tips, as well as low-income assistance programs for winterizing homes. Often, the second thought when considering energy conservation is how we can conserve our personal energy, especially for people with chronic health conditions.