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WRITTEN BY: MEGHAN FEIR As soon as September hit, I knew something was different. Last winter "done did me in," as it were. I’m not even being that dramatic. Think of it this way: We live in a place where outdoor festivals celebrating winter get canceled because it’s too dangerously frigid outside. Before you think, “Then just move, you snowflake,” please hold on. I’m trying to make the best of the impending death of all that’s still alive, like when I searched for “fun winter activities” the other week. I kept stumbling on less than mediocre “ideas,” such as drinking hot liquids to pass the time, or using something called a telephone to talk to a friend. This is why I took the matter into my own hands. My husband Tim and I decided to come up with a "Winter Sur-thrive-al" list of activities we could do to stay sane from January to March (let's be honest — May) when the temps are so cold 10 / THE GOOD LIFE / urbantoadmedia.com
it makes your snot freeze in your nose. While I’ll apologize for the name, I won’t apologize for the ideas I’m listing because they’re a lot better than telling you to drink warmer than usual beverages. Since it's unlikely the January gales will carry us off to the island urbantoadmedia.com / THE GOOD LIFE / 11