am ready for a green landscape and warm days. We’re almost there though. Two weeks to the solstice (not that I’m counting)!
As we transition winter to spring, from hybernation to rebirth, it is a
good time to take inventory - of ourselves, of our homes, of our
priorities. We just finished moving into a new office. Moving provided us an opportunity to look at what we had to keep and what we didn’t need any more. It is refreshing to declutter, whether in our
homes, our businesses, or within ourselves. On the page
two, you will find some tips for spring cleaning your home, but this season, take some time to think about spring cleaning on all levels. It’s a great part of our health.
~ Golden Horizons Office Team
Mr. W's Newsletter Inspiration
“You see, but you do no observe.” ~ Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
detective Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. Born Arthur Ignasius Conan Doyle in Edinburgh, Scotland, Doyle’s first career was as a physician. He earned his medical degree (1881) and his Doctor of Medicine (1885) from the University of Edinburgh Medical School. He then studied in Vienna, Austria, to become an eye While trying to get his opthomology practice started (with little success), he wrote his first Sherlock Holmes novel, A Study in Scarlet. He went on to become a prolific writer in crime fiction, fantasy, and science fiction genres. Much as his chief character, Doyle was passionate aboutjustice and through his own deductive reasoning andobservations, he helped solve two cases in Britain.