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[caption id="attachment_2832" align="alignleft" width="257"] Just polishing off another February[/caption]

Welcome to the first of February. The beginning of the dull part of winter here in the great white north. I’m sure it’s pretty boring where you are too. If it isn’t, I don’t want to hear about it.

While this post is a sort of tongue in cheek look at ways to keep busy, there is in fact, merit in what I’m saying. We can get through February without getting cabin fever, without going stir crazy or shack-wacky as it is sometimes referred to here in the back country. Yes, I live in a small city, but I live out in the burbs, I call that the back country.

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7 Ways To Beat The February Blahs Using ADHD

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  1. Thanks for the laughs Kelly! I think I’ll put it up on Pinterest and promote you :D Everyone can use a good February chuckle.

    • You’d better check out pearltrees.com also, Karen, it looks like the kind of thing that could fill up some spare time between pinterest sessions.

      Hope your February is “blah-free” and thanks for the comment and for reading my blog,
      Kelly

  2. Oh, gosh, I’ve got an uncountable number of projects going on to beat the winter blahs. Now if I could just focus on one long enough to complete it.

    • Between you and I, Aiona, we have two uncountable numbers of projects on the go.

      Thanks for following my blog and for sharing with me, makes life better knowing our people are near by, even virtually near by.

      Kelly

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