Four of our staffers wrote columns on why their favorite season is the best.
Column: Four-season faceoff
Taking in the sunshine, starry nights
In winter, when the days become dark and bitter, summer comes to mind. Creating bucket lists and Pinterest boards set a blueprint for the ideal summer. Having the perfect summer fling like in the movies, chasing a summer tan and enjoying the relaxing summer rain are just a handful of the pleasant moments summer has to offer.
Summer doesn’t have a great deal of holidays, so there is no stress ab...
Spring into glee
Spring is always associated with bright, pretty colors and the transition from way too cold to nice, comfortable temperatures in the 70s and 80s. Somewhere between March and June it starts to feel good outside again with virtually perfect temps; it’s a perfect time to go for a walk, ride a bike or play a sport.
Certain smells and sounds come with spring, such as sizzling hot dogs on a grill. The...
The beginning of ‘sweater weather’
The leaves slowly change color, transitioning from a vibrant green to a darker golden hue and slowly, they begin to fall off the trees. The sound of leaves crunching under your feet intensifies. The temperature cools down, creating a nice contrast from the intense heat of summer. Most importantly, cozy and comfortable clothing is back in style.
When it comes down to it, fall is the best season because it’s...
Awaiting a winter wonderland
Winter is frequently associated with icy temperatures, the holidays and cuddling up by the fire with a warm cup of hot cocoa. The comforting vibes winter brings makes it the best season by far. Though people argue winter brings solitude and isolation, winter actually brings friends and family together in expected and unexpected ways through its festivities.
Winter contains the best holidays of the cal...