January is named for Janus, the mythological god of beginnings, gates, doorways, passages and endings. Janus is supposed to have two faces, one that looks back at the preceding year and another that peers into the new year.
January is named for Janus, the mythological god of beginnings, gates, doorways, passages and endings. Janus is supposed to have two faces, one that looks back at the preceding year and another that peers into the new year. McClatchy News Network file photo
January is named for Janus, the mythological god of beginnings, gates, doorways, passages and endings. Janus is supposed to have two faces, one that looks back at the preceding year and another that peers into the new year. McClatchy News Network file photo

January is a time to look ahead, reflect and fight off the cold-weather blahs

January 08, 2018 08:20 AM