February is always a weird one. It always makes you feel like winter is almost over, like in a way we have gone through the worst bit. Only to discover that winter is still very much going on, and sometimes it’s even colder and wet than January.
It’s that time of the year again when we all promise to change and make better choices. For most of us, those hundreds of promises will remain that… promises.
I find that it always makes things easier when the changes that you make are more general lifestyle changes as opposed to just quitting one specific thing. This also helps to cover more areas in your life and leads to a more healthy you.
Although this November we have been quite lucky to still have quite warm and sunny days, you can no definitely feel winter upon us. The days are getting shorter and darker.
But that shouldn't bring your mood down. Autumn has its very own charm, it's quieter and still not the winter hibernation period. If you would like to know more about staying healthy in autumn go here
When I think of autumn October is the month I’m probably thinking about. Everything about October screams autumn- the colours, the food, the celebrations.
In the UK we are lucky if we still get a couple of sunny (yet cold) days in October. Every day there are more brown leaves on the ground and the layers of clothing start multiplying.