cabin fever noun: an unhappy and impatient feeling that comes from being indoors for too long
We are experiencing a very cold and snowy winter. Some of us suffer from Cabin Fever during the winter months. Are you short tempered? Tired of all the snow days the kids are having? Do you feel clostrophobic? The winter months may bring about the feelings of anxiety. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms listed, you may be suffering from Cabin Fever.
The remedy for Cabin Fever is simple. Get outdoors. Find things to do that are seasonaly appropriate and you enjoy doing. If you enjoy walking, a trip to Briarwood Mall would be fun. It is a wonderful place to walk around. You can stop at some of the shops and browse. There are wonderful specially shops at Briarwood. If you are interested in technology Brookstone is a wonderful place to go and spend some time. Browse all the new gadgets. You will not only find them interesting, but time goes by really fast while you are in this store. If you enjoy cooking Williams and Sonoma is an awesome store. Browsing here may give you wonderful gift ideas for the holiday season this year.
If you enjoy reading, visit Barnes and Noble in Ann Arbor. It is a wonderful place for families to spend time. They have a book for whatever you interest may be and this can get you out of the house for several hours. Also, the friendliest people are there. Pick out a book and sit down for coffee. You will have an rejuvenating experience.
For those of you who would love a variety of activities, the Washtenaw County Recreation Center in Ann Arbor is the place to be.
For myself, a short walk in the community is enjoyable.