How To Make Lemonade Out of (Weather) Lemons
I’d love for you to read this blog post after you’ve read the more important ones and feel like you’re really prepared for the storm. Once you’ve done your shopping, filled your tank, and charged your devices I’d like you to think about what you’d like to get done tomorrow. It might require you to use your imagination and do a little daydreaming.
If you have the day off tomorrow because of the snow, and if your power stays on in the house, is there anything you’d like to do inside? Think about it, without the office phone ringing and with no staff meetings to attend, you might have some down time to relax or to catch up on things you’ve been wanting to do.
I’m hoping to get some of my tax prep done. That April 15th deadline will be here before we know it! And it would also be nice to clean my basement, which, over the years, has become a bit of a “catch-all” storage place.
If I still have an internet connection, it would be nice to write some e-mails to friends I’d like to catch up with.
What about you, assuming everyone’s safe and warm and dry in your house tomorrow, and you’ve taken care of the necessary shoveling, what are you looking forward to about the big storm?