How's the winter season treating you? 82 degrees in paradise today. South Florida set the record for the warmest December and warmest year in recorded history! Guess we will not to see snow again this year.
While some of area beaches offer a little more tranquility and seclusion, other beaches, like South Beach, are more energized, surrounded by pulsating nightlife and closer to the action. Pick your poison, from Miami to the seaside tranquility of Tequesta, it's up to you.
South Florida's warm climate promotes good health, as good weather allows people to play and exercise outdoors. Experts say, it also might help those with seasonal affective disorder, also thought of as the "winter blues". The disorder is actually a form of depression linked to a lack of natural light. For that reason, the disorder is much more common in arctic regions than in sunny places like Florida. The darker and colder it is, the more likely it is to cause depression.
Leave your coat at home...Come enjoy waterfront living at its finest! See you at the beach...