Agreed. It's always trouble to base your mood on something you can't control.I think that using the weather as a mood compass just makes you a victim of circumstance.
You rarely must have sunny days over there, don't you? The sunlight is magical. It's not weird. I can understrand.Living up in Canada, I definitely get much more winter than I do spring or summer so I take in as much sun as I can whenever it comes out!
It's been cold and cloudy for quite some time now. Occasionally the sun peaks out and I'll be in a REALLY good mood during the day just feels good to see everything lightened up, people are out, and it's just kind of warm outside. Seeing blue skies makes me happy too.
I guess that must sound weird LOL but it gets depressing when every day is cold and grey.
Negative ions are odorless, tasteless, and invisible molecules that we inhale in abundance in certain environments. Think mountains, waterfalls, and beaches. Once they reach our bloodstream, negative ions are believed to produce biochemical reactions that increase levels of the mood chemical serotonin, helping to alleviate depression, relieve stress, and boost our daytime energy.
Generally speaking, negative ions increase the flow of oxygen to the brain; resulting in higher alertness, decreased drowsiness, and more mental energy," says Pierce J. Howard, PhD, author of The Owners Manual for the Brain: Everyday Applications from Mind Brain Research and director of research at the Center for Applied Cognitive Sciences in Charlotte, N.C.