The March Madness of Spring

    The March Madness of Spring

    Mar 04, 2021

    If March comes in like a lion, it will go out like a lamb. Is there any truth to this saying? Weather folklore sayings are as colorful as our imagination. But If you agree with the Farmer's Almanac or not, most people start stirring just like the hibernating animals for the warmth of the spring sun.

    Some people can not wait for the sun to get warm to fulfill their needs. They instead engage in the time honor tradition of Spring Break or vacationing to getaway.

    Did You Know?

    Spring break started in the mid- 1930s when a swimming coach from Colgate University in frigid Upstate New York decided to take his team down to Florida for some early training at a brand-new Olympic-size pool in sunny Fort Lauderdale. The idea clicked with other college swim coaches, and soon the spring training migration became an annual tradition for swimmers nationwide.

    Maybe the stirring for you isn't about the sun at all; perhaps it is the March Madness of college basketball. Filling in the brackets and watching the upcoming talent emerge and hoping the Cinderella team you picked makes you proud.

    Did You Know?

    The first NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament was played in 1939. It had eight teams. Oregon is the first NCAA tournament champion, beating Ohio State for the title.

    Or – Are you a Wee Bit Irish or Not? Wearing green and celebrating the Irish tradition has been officially a Christian feast day since the early 17th century. It is a holiday across much of the world for many religions.

    Did You Know?

    Records show that a St. Patrick's Day parade was held on March 17, 1601 in a Spanish colony in what is now St. Augustine, Florida.

    Breaking out of the winter funk to the spring happens if we decide to engage in the Madness of March or not. If you realized over the long winter haul or long COVID year that you need to move your home to Florida to an open concept, or maybe you decided you want to go Tiny. ERA Real Solutions Realty can help you with your home needs.

    ERA Real Solutions is a top-10 ERA franchise systems brokerage. Our boutique approach allows us to run at a 98.7% customer satisfaction rating. Our high-quality, full-time agents have quickly made us "The New Standard in Real Estate." With offices in Florida and Ohio, we can help you wherever your March takes you.