Tick season is upon us. The best advice is to wear a hat, light-colored clothing with a tight weave, long sleeves, closed-toed shoes, long pants, socks, and make sure to tuck everything in. Also,
What To Do On Your Snow Day
So it's snowing A LOT out here in Nyack as I type this... Actually, a lot may be a bit of an understatement. Anyways, it got me thinking: What's the best way to enjoy a snow (blizzard apocalypse) day? I know this is a pretty subjective topic, but I think I've been doing a pretty good job at constructively getting through the snow day.
In between the shoveling and nail biting, here's a list of activities I think are appropriate for these occasions:
Sleep in - If you don't have work/school, why not? Relax!
Board Games - Play some board games with your family or friends. I especially like Rummikub or Jenga. Great games.
Get Some House Work Done - I know you've been wanting to hang that picture up for at least a month now. Or maybe move some furniture around to breath some new life into that home of yours.
Get Some Work Work Done - Maybe you're behind on a project, or you've been wanting to get started on a new one. Or maybe you just need to finish one of your bi-weekly blogs. Now is that perfect time to get to it.
Fly A Kite - Just kidding! How horrible would it be to try to fly a kite during a storm like this?
Try Out Some New Recipes - Unfortunately the pizza guy may not make it to the house during the storm, so try your hand at some cooking, or try some new recipes. And as a bonus, cooking with friends and family is really fun. Really!
And last but not least...
Whip Out The Drink!!! - Enough said
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