Don't let the colder months get you down.The days are getting shorter. There is a crisper feeling in the air. The sun from August has been replaced by low, heavy clouds. The feeling of freedom that comes with the summer season has given way to work and school and routine. And on top of all that, the holidays are on their way with their promise of family stress. It is enough to make you want to run away.
What do you do if the fall makes you want to hibernate for the next few months?
First, remember that you are not alone. There are several factors that make the winter feel less exciting and more stressful than the summer. Before the winter doldrums hit, make a plan . Here are a few suggestions to keep the blahs at bay.
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Go to the light. Shorter days of winter mean you get less sunlight. The sun can elevate your mood, while the darkness can make you feel sad. If you wake up in the morning and it is dark out and you leave work in the afternoon when the sun is already going down,Read More »from 4 Ways to Beat the Winter Blues