Many of you know that Rod Stewart and I spend a lot of time together — him streaming from the speakers in my truck while I drive.
With recent brutal temperatures (we’ve flirted with 50-degrees below zero with windchill factored in), I’ve been listening to my favorite rendition of Baby It’s Cold Outside — a duet Rod Stewart shares with Dolly Parton.
In these frigid conditions, schools close, numerous employees telecommute from home, and some people become homebound. For many, the world can look downright dreary, even on the inside where it’s warm and toasty.
To beat the winter blues, do you:
- Exercise inside — yoga, tai chi, hula hoop
- Exercise outside — ice skate, snowboard, sled
- Read books, watch movies, meditate
- Bake, scrapbook, build a ship in a bottle
What boosts your spirits in the winter months and keeps you from feeling gloomy?
“Whatever you are not changing, you are choosing.” — Laurie Buchanan
The Book — Discovering the Seven Selves
The Experience — Life Harmony
© Laurie Buchanan 2014
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