If you’re in a part of the U.S. with heavy winter weather, it probably seems like spring and summer are still far, far away. But I promise, they are coming. And now is the time to make an outdoor plan.
Here in Middle Tennessee we are already on the verge of better weather. Yes, it’s still in the 30s every day. We still have days that are even colder. And we’ll probably have a few days of debilitating snow, maybe as late as April (here that means, you know, two inches). But we also have hints of green poking through the dirt, reminding me that someday, eventually, we’ll be spending the night in a tent.
Do you know what that means? It’s time to pre-game our outdoor plan.
You know I love time management. Part of that is making sure I have taken time to plan — so that I can use my time and energy well letter.
And yet every year I get caught with my pants down, so to speak. May rolls around and I realize I forgot to buy such-and-such thing or book a spot at one place or another. It’s not that I don’t know what I’m doing — it’s a lack of planning.