Did you know that spring is the best time of the year to look up to the skies and watch meteor showers?
One of which is the Lyrids meteor shower, which appears from April 16th to April 26th each year.
A useless bit of information you may think , well maybe . . . . . . but there are reasons for me thinking that this time of year is a great time to not only enjoy the first rays of sunshine and warmth on our faces, the bright yellow daffodils that encircle our parks and gardens and the two extra rest days in the middle of the month (Good Friday and Easter Monday), but this is a great time to look up, get up, look out and get out in many ways be it a physical, mental or a professional capacity.