There’s something magical about this time of year!
I love fall, but after the initial excitement of pumpkin-flavored drinks and sweater weather wears off, the shorter days and chilly temperatures can leave me feeling physically and mentally drained. If this is the case for you, too, you’re not alone. As the season changes, it’s natural for our moods to shift too. Experts have confirmed that a decrease in daylight can affect our sleep, energy levels, and social ability.
While it’s essential to take steps to protect your mental health all year round, the change in seasons may require extra support. We need to be proactive to prevent the fall and winter blues from setting in. This year, I’ve decided to make a commitment to protect my mental health by picking up new hobbies that support me in a positive way.
Today I want to talk with you about some of the hobbies I plan to take on and I’ve thrown in a few hobbies that I personally won’t be doing but I do think they will be great for you.
[02:41] Cooking new soups
[04:09] Calligraphy can help boost your happiness
[08:23] Why I’m getting back into photography
[13:55] Beat your face sis
[22:55] Meet my plant babies
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