While March can truly be marvelous, it can also feel….long. Cabin fever is really starting to peak and the back and forth of March weather doesn’t help. We know that warmer temperatures are right around the corner, but what can we do to get through the month.
Focus on reasons to celebrate
Check out these 31 Reasons to Celebrate in March
Take advantage of the last little bit of winter
While we’ve been enjoying a bit of a false spring, March usually means more snow in Maine. This is the last chance to get in some skiing, sledding, and snowman building. Take a little time to enjoy the fun things winter has to offer. If you’re looking for a new activity to celebrate the end of winter, you should definitely consider taking a Starlight Snowshoe Tour with LL Bean.
Keep working to beat the winter blues
This time of year can be the toughest for SAD (seasonal affective disorder). It’s important to remember that even though the days are getting longer, we still may be feeling the effects of the long hours of darkness. Here’s a short podcast on How to Beat the Winter Blues.
For the kids…and teacher
March is particularly tough on teachers and students. Outside time can be pretty uncertain, there are no school breaks, and it feels like a particularly long month. Here are some self-care tips especially for teachers and ways they can pass on the practice of self-care to their students.
When you’ve been home way more than usual for nearly a whole year, Spring cleaning takes on a whole new dimension. Check out these Simple House Cleaning Tips to get you started.
Give yourself a workout challenge
Feeling sluggish and need to get moving? Try one of these fitness challenges.
Here are a few more tips for How to Get Through March: The Month That Never Seems to End