The blog post begins like this:
The well known phrase and song “Mishenichnas Adar, Marbim B’Simcha”, which translates as: When the month of Adar arrives we should increase our joy, is often taken at its literal meaning that we should act and be happier during the month of Adar (which begins this Saturday night with the close of Shabbat). This year, of course, is a leap year, and we have two months of Adar – Adar Aleph and Adar Bet, the month we are currently in. On a simple level, increasing ones happiness in this month generally revolves around Purim and celebrating all of its aspects. But let’s look a little deeper, because really, where’s the fun in keeping it simple?