I handed them a pen and paper and asked them to write it down.
Everyone read their paper aloud.
The students shared various lovely things like:
“We get to drink hot cocoa!” “Snuggle time on the couch with a good book” “Scarves and boots” “Fall Clothes” “Pumpkin pie”
And then from the very back, a student in her 50’s....
As you can imagine, the whole class lit up with laughter.
So this month, I hope you’re all contemplating what is good about daylight saving!
What’s to like?
- This video, for one:
- The days are shorter, yes, but think about the power and potential that lies in the dark. For eg. a baby grows and develops in the dark of the womb, the night restores us for the day, and it’s often in our darkest moments that great dreams are born!
- Ski season is near.
- You can start partying earlier!
- You don’t have to feel guilty about doing your yoga practice indoors when it’s light out, because it probably isn’t this time of year!
Anything good we're missing? Leave a comment with your favorite things about daylight saving.
Photo Credit: Bergreen Photography