Under the reign of grey and lengthening darkness, the cold rain has returned. Along with it comes less incentive to leave the house. When the choice between venturing out into a storm and curling up on the couch arises, the home field has a significant advantage.
As motivation to leave the house wanes, the most excellent Iron Maiden documentary, Flight 666 comes to mind. It's inspiring to watch the band's journey around the globe via custom jet (flown by Bruce Dickenson, their lead singer!) as they play to tens of thousands of people. The band offers more than a blistering three hours of music, performing for fans in countries that waited for decades for their arrival. Many fans camped out for days and a few quit their jobs to be there. They remind you of why we leave the comforts of home to pursue what we love.
Don’t know Iron Maiden? That's okay. When crummy weather is the only thing separating you from getting out, a little inspiration from Eddie and the boys goes a long way.