Get your shovel out

When the blizzard comes and problems start piling up, what do you do? It’s much easier if you go out and shovel the driveway 3 times.

Don’t let it all pile up to the point that you’re stuck and you can’t go anywhere.
Just get out your shovel and start working. It’ll be tough at first but you’ll get used to it.

You might even think of shoveling the driveway as a fun workout. At least that’s how I look at it!

2 thoughts on “Get your shovel out”

  1. Liz says:

    Yep, that’s how I look at it too! Good advice Aaron! Already shoveled twice today. The rest can wait til tomorrow, haha!

    1. Liz says:

      Good advice too, for another storm I’m facing. My strategy is smaller shovel loads quicker, rather than big shovel loads more slowly. I’ve run out of time for this deadline, so trying to work quickly without throwing my “back” out. Shoulda started earlier!

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