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After The Rain

26 May 2015
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Wednesday evening. It was one of these days where it was raining buckets of water, we were all wearing our coats, scarves and hats. After a while the rain stopped, sun came out and BOOM summer weather was on.

How is this possible? The sun rays hit me instantly and my body warmed up in a matter of seconds. It thrills me how quickly the sun light travels. It is so may miles away from us but it seems to catalyze the laws of time and space. I wish I could to that.

It was eight o’clock in the evening and the most majestic clouds were forming hallucinogenic formations in the air.

And I had to take advantage of that. In this post you may appreciate ‘Bristol after the rain’ through some documentary photography.

The weather plays a vital role in our psychology. So let’s talk about SADness.

SAD stands for Seasonal Affective Disorder. It means that some humans get more affected by the weather changes than others. SAD has to do more with the daylight rather than the temperature.

The lack of strong daylight might cause depression and lack of energy.

Women seem to get more affected by SAD than men do. (oh thank you. Like we’re not unstable enough already.

Thankfully it can be treated easily! Just by spending more time outdoors, even if its cloudy, the sun rays still pass on you although you may feel like they don’t ! Surely you won’t get a Brazilian tan but your energy levels will definitely rise J

My favorite groceries man suggests that consuming kiwis, lemons and oranges also helps! By the way did you know that each fruit affects our emotional state according to what it is? For example, lemons make us happier! But we’ll go deeper into that some other time.

Tip of the day: Try to walk slower than usual, observe, and see what happens 🙂