For me, February is sort of like the Dog Days of Winter. It's cold out, and it's been cold for what feels like forever. There's not much to do, with many events being planned for spring and summer at this point. The sky, and all of the snow on the ground have turned gray, and so have our moods. So, I try to find mini-goals to get me through the longest-feeling, shortest month of the year.

Things to Look Forward to In February:

Super Bowl LVI - Sunday, February 13th

In a little less than two weeks, the Cincinnati Bengals will take on the Los Angeles Rams for Super Bowl LVI. The Rams haven't won a Super Bowl since 2000. The Bengals haven't been to a Super Bowl since 1988.

The halftime show will be one for the Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar and Eminem taking the stage.

South Park, Season 25

South Park returns for its 25th season on February 2nd, 2022. The first teasers have been released, and if you're a fan, I know you're excited. This is the first season since Season 24 in 2019. Sure, they released two specials in that time, but that's not enough.

Daytona 500

The Daytona 500 is on the way. If you like racing, this is like the Super Bowl. Tune in February 20th for the big race.

Another Jackass Movie

February 4th, Jackass Forever will premier as the sixth Jackass movie. Supposedly, there's some stunt that hurt Johnny Knoxville so bad, he's not going to be doing crazy stunts anymore. Makes sense. You can only take a bull horn to your nards so many times before you can't do it anymore.

All the "Fun" Holidays:

February 2nd: Groundhog Day

February 9th: National Pizza Day

February 11th: National Guitar Day

February 14th: Valentine's Day

February 18th: National Drink Wine Day

February 21st: President's Day

February 22nd: National Margarita Day

The Winter Olympics

The 2022 Winter Olympics kick off February 2nd. I'm excited for Team USA bring home the gold.

By the time you get through all of these, the month should be over, the sun should be out, and spring will be right around the corner.

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