Cloudy, snowy, and rainy days all make me have less energy than a day that is sunny and warm. I go to the tanning bed, per doctors orders to get the "sun" to increase my mood and vit. D. The sun really is a factor in my health.
Cloudy days make me lethargic and a little moody, sometimes. It has to do with the sun not shining. On days on that, I just want to curl up and read a book, drink some tea and do something really lame.
Alas, this is a great hub or writer's prompt, indeed. Much could be said for sure. I have made a note, so maybe on a day off
A quick spontaneous response is - it is cloudy or low overcast now here at Escondido, just a half hour or so from San Diego. I like it, presenting a calming feeling for the middle of my work week. I am also entering into the most hectic days too. It is like a breath of fresh air, kinda'.
I have a dxd and like leaderofmany the sunlight is important to me as well. Vitamin D deficiency I am acquainted with per my Doc. But, too much revs up many and that becomes draining with interactions.
I suspect the Monday blues will be higher than normal at work today when I get there, yet there will be a calmed sensation, which will be good for me - Monday being the got'ta get this done now kinda' day normally.
So, having lived in Seattle I know too many is not good, though sometimes it is a blessing too.
Maybe an idea or two there for a hub for the adventurer and explorers visiting this question today . . .
Cloudy days are my favorite! They feel comfortable to me and the cool wind and fat, cold rain drops really seal the deal. I usually feel more productive and open-minded on cloudy days.
Sometimes it does. On non sunny days I sometimes feel more reserved. It pushes me in a cuddle up, wrapped up mood wanting to spend time with myself and meditating. It brings quietness and peace for me.
Most definitely cloudy days make me feel tired and lacking in energy if I wake up to a bright sunny day I'm instantly in a good mood.
nope. I like sunshine better, but am not bothered by cloudiness.
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