My thermometer reads 8 degrees, the wind chill is -5, schools are delayed because of the cold, and I’m sure the last thing most of you are thinking about is spending time outdoors. I happen to love winter sports, but if you don’t embrace winter, I’m a strong believer in planning ahead so you will be ready for the great outdoors by the time spring rolls around. Spending time outdoors is good for your mental health and overall wellbeing.
Tips to why you should spend more time outdoors:
This Tip Sheet has been written by Lisa Caplan. Lisa is a Licensed Certified Social Worker at the clinical level (LCSWC) and a Certified Addictions Counselor (CAC). She has over 15 years experience in her field, and extensive experience working with lawyers and judges in the areas of mental health, substance abuse and trauma.
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