Come March and blooming trees, picnics in the park, pastel colored fields can be as mesmerizing as an Impressionist painting or terrifying sources of allergy symptoms like puffy eyes, sneezing and sleepless nights.
The beginning of spring puts everybody into a happy mood. The flowers bloom and Mother Nature opens her arms, sharing the brightest colors and balmiest temperatures.
The days last longer. We can enjoy the resplendent sunset after a full day of work. And our children can spend more time outdoors running and playing after a full day at school. It’s all about connecting with our surroundings after a long, indoor winter season.
All of the above feels like an idyllic scenario, until you discover you’re allergic to pollen.