The first six weeks of winter are always pretty tolerable. Sure, it’s cold and icy, but you’ve got Christmas and New Year’s Eve to look forward to, with all the parties and merriment…and booze. Hell, you even find yourself hoping for snow come December 23rd or so, simply because some dude named Irving wrote a song about it half a century ago.
Now, though? Yeah, now all the fun is over, we’re sick of the snow, and the thought of dealing with it for another two months is just depressing. However, you don’t have to let winter defeat your spirit. Today, in fact, we’re going to give you a few handy tricks and tips to handle a lot of the problems nature throws at you in January and February.
Will they take the place of a week in the Caribbean? No way. But they will help you when all you want to do is go home but your car door is frozen shut.
Speaking of which…