Yesterday was National Napping Day! If the time change is still giving you the urge to snooze, here are some great reasons to embrace the nap.
The warmer weather has many of us itching to dig out our bikes. If you’ve got the cycling bug, check out the Bicycle Coalition of Maine’s interactive map of cycling routes to plan your next ride.
You may also want to check out the bicycle film festival, going on now!“The 20th anniversary of the Bicycle Film Festival is going virtual! BFF is arriving in Maine virtually March 12 – 21, hosted by the BCM! (Bicycle Coalition of Maine)BFF Maine is presenting an international selection of the most important short films from the BFF collection, as well as a BCM-run panel discussion following the films, entitled: “Everybody Bicycling Everywhere in Maine.”Tickets are on sale now—click here to buy!”
Mud season is here! If you’re like many of us, and this is not your favorite Maine season, this article from Maine Huts & Trails on Why Mud Season is Secretly the Best, just might change your mind.
Saturday is the Vernal Equinox! From balancing eggs to burning socks, this NPR compilation of stories for spring might give you some ideas for how to celebrate.
Happy Spring! A Roundup Of Stories For The Vernal Equinox
For the kids: Last week we talked about ways to boost our confidence as we look forward to re-emerging from our pandemic isolation. Here a great article from Child Mind institute to help the children in our lives do the same. 4 Ways to Build Confidence in Kids
Need a little more to get you going now that the mornings are darker again? Try this:
Wake Up Yoga – 11 Minute Morning Yoga Practice – Yoga With Adriene