Get outdoors this winter: 6 reasons why you need fresh air

January to March are essentially “non-months”. Filled (or rather, unfilled) with diets, new exercise regimes, and unflattering puffer jackets, each dark day drags into the next with gruelling monotony. Snow and cold weather got Sinatra’s Christmas invitation a tad late, bursting in on the great festive hangover with unwelcome surprise. We lock ourselves inside and flick through our Instagram photos from summer, willing ourselves back to a time when legs were smoothly shaven, abbs protruded from flat stomachs like a six-pack of eggs, and sunlight glinted off white(ned) teeth. OK, maybe we’re not all striving to become The Only Way Is Essex material. Even so, many of us do spend the winter months effectively in hibernation.  Continue…