There's a reason why our activity levels go down in the winter months — we're too busy basking in the comforts of our warm and cozy homes! It's true that braving the cold takes some effort, but the rewards far out-weigh the frost-bite!
Eating in-season can be a pretty big struggle when the ground is frozen and the farmer's markets are closed. Luckily, there are a handful of really great produce options that can help make the long, cold winter much more delicious. Check out these seasonal options while you wait for spring to show up.
As an avid runner living in Minneapolis, exercising in cold weather is something I’ve learned to embrace. There is nothing better than a mid-day run in downtown Minneapolis. You may think that exercising in sub-freezing weather sounds crazy, but the benefits of outdoor running go far beyond physical activity. Hitting the pavement during winter does wonders for your mental health! It also improves breathing, adds variety to your current exercise regime, and gives you a free dose of Vitamin D!
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