Some monk breweries do 1 week initial bottle conditioning above 75 degrees F for carbonation.
I have had trouble in the winter finding a warm place for mine. So I often give my beers a nice warm-to-hot water bath for an hour or so after bottling to help jump start carbonation. Try not to get your caps wet though, that encourages rust.
You could just do this with one bottle to test your beer's carbonation potential as well. Give a bottle a couple warm baths, then let it rest for a few hours or a day, then open and see how it's doing. Gives you something to do while you wait at least.