If you are like me, and you have kids or are just an avid reader, you have a lot of books either on your shelf collecting dust or in a crate. With the start of the new year, we all want to get more organized and get rid of unwanted stuff. So what do you do with all those read books? Donate them.
Kudos Capital Region - you got brains! A trending post on newyorkupstate.com listed the 50 most educated towns in Upstate New York. Among the Top 50 were multiple Capital Region towns, including:
Troy coming at #45
Scotia coming in at #32
Colonie coming in at #28
Albany at #19
Saratoga Springs at #4
A few more Capital Region towns were including, and you can see the whole list at newyorkupstate.
Some people don't like going out and celebrating the change of the year. That's totally fine! A lot of people have to work tomorrow and need to get to bed early. That's totally fine! Some people can't stand all the traffic on the roads, or get anxiety in large social situations...
With a stretch of warm weather hitting the Capital Region, it almost feels as if summer is upon us. Though, growing up in New York, I know enough not to get my hopes up or dust off all of my shorts just yet. But, being an avid reader and total rock nerd, I am getting my hopes up for the idea of a good rock book while hanging by the creek in my bathing suit, taking in the sun and some rock history