I live in Toronto and I’ve noticed lately that the days are definitely starting to get shorter. The sun doesn’t rise until almost 7am and it’s starting to set awfully close to the time when I leave the office. I sometimes struggle with feeling blue in the winter because of the lack of sunlight, and I’m trying to think ahead about ways to help myself feel better when winter is finally here. For example, I’m stocking up on tea and good books that I can cozy up with when it’s too cold and dark to venture outside.
Do you live in an area impacted by daylight savings/shorter days? Do you ever experience Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)? Are you dreading the winter or looking forward to it?
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