As we here in the US (at least most of us) have “fallen back” with our clocks, the sun will set earlier and earlier. And research shows there is an increase in depression the month following daylight savings.
That is the bad news.
The GOOD news is there are steps you can take to reduce your risk for depression and feel happy.
Stephanie Booth over at CafeMom.com interviewed me for an article called “How to Keep Daylight Savings Time From Ruining Your Life.”
In it, we provide specific tips on how to make the most of daylight savings. They include:
- Get moving
- Tackle a project
- Get some light
Learn more by reading the article here.
And here’s to an even happier you!