3 ways to keep from going end-of-winter battyMeagan Francis
February is winding down. For those of us in the Great Lakes region, that doesn’t mean much, though – we could still have another month or so of cruddy weather rife with dirty, melting snow, rain, cold rain, and freezing rain. Usually green, budding spring doesn’t really kick in here until at least April – sometimes not until late in April.
If you’re like me, unpredictable late-winter weather can equal obsessing over temperatures, wondering when we’ll be able to lose the jackets already, and dealing with whiny kids who desperately want to go play at the park – but can’t because it’s under a foot of mud. How to get past the funk? Here are some ideas:
Bring Sunlight In.