Take a Walk Alone
Finding alone time can be a challenge, and walks in the winter are a tad challenging. But, if you can find a time this month to go outside for a walk alone, I highly recommend it.
When you’re not paying attention to what the people with you are saying or doing, you get a chance to pay more attention to your surroundings. You might notice more birds, interesting patterns in the ice, or critter tracks in the snow. You also get a chance to just clear your head while getting some fresh air and exercise.
Of course, keep safety in mind. If you’re going to walk alone after dark, choose a fairly populated area or carry a self-defense tool. I recommend picking a sunny day and checking out one of the dozens and dozens of beautiful nature trails in our area. Now, go outside!