“Seasonal” – Take a look at how to stay active and make delicious food choices no matter what the temperature is outside
For some of us this time of year means Spring Break with the kids [which is rarely a break for us parents].
As we saw in Monday’s post, this time of year also signifies Tax Season. With this in mind, may I recommend some Spring Cleaning? Followed by donations and a tax deduction!? Cleaning also burns calories so this is a win-win.
Okay, so let’s say that you are in the 95th percentile of the population for whom the thoughts of family trips to the beach, closet-organizing, and tax-paying sound absolutely repulsive… what options are you left with?
May I direct your to the absolutely awesome site directed by DTE Energy called Active in your City.
This site houses every ZIP code imaginable and all the active pursuits reasonably achieved in each area.
it’s a great way to find hiking trails, bike routes, camp sites, fishing reservoirs, City parks, tennis courts, rec centers, and the like.
Anything to get you outside and soaking up a little sunshine before the heat and humidity drive us back indoors as oppressively as the snow and ice did.
Have a Seasonal Saturday!
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