This scintillating splendor wouldn't be possible without the icy rain we had the other day and the ensuing arctic cold. Yet, we have a habit of complaining about the cold, about staying indoors, about the road conditions and what not.
Last year I began a gratefulness journal. “Bad is five times more powerful than good,” explains Paul Dieppe of Exeter University and a voice for the advancement of energy and spiritual healing. Our brain is wired that way, hence reprogramming takes time. Every night I enter at least three experiences from the day I am grateful for, thus training my focus to the positive.
You can focus on the bad road conditions or enjoy the breathtaking and magical beauty of nature during this time of year. Your choice.