Wellness in the light and dark

I find myself with a few extra minutes before I have to make dinner. The kids and I just came in from outside; now they are watching a show. I’ve already washed, folded, and put away three loads of laundry today. I went grocery shopping. I ran the kids to and fro. So in this snippet of time between taking care of the kids and domestic duties, I am going to write as part of my health and wellness plan.

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Seasonal shifts in weather and within

Every so often I like to write about the seasons. Many renowned poets and writers have written metaphorically about the weather for years, and even common people like me enjoy lamenting about how our moods ebb and flow with each season.

I live the northeastern part of the United States where hard winters abound. This year hasn’t been too bad so far — my community was on the outer fringe of Winter Storm Jonas. We got enough snow to play in, but not enough to disrupt our lives.

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