Say Goodbye to Blue Monday
If the newspaper editors and travel agents are to be believed, the 15th of January is officially the most depressing day of the year for UK residents.
Whether you see Blue Monday for what it is – a sly attempt to lure us into buying discounted holidays – is not, there is certainly something to be said for the post-Christmas depression that many of us encounter.
For those of you who need a little boost on the most difficult Monday of the year, we’ve come up with some points to remind you there are still plenty of good things to enjoy.
For the flower lovers among you, January is practically a blessing. Compared to 50 years ago when it was extremely difficult to source fresh flowers out of season, our amazing floral options we have today from Columbia, Holland and Kenya are enough to blow away the strongest of Monday blues.
It might seem like the signs are few and far between, but spring is creeping in. British tulips have arrived and the Peony season is only two and a half months away.
It may still feel like we live an episode of the Twilight Zone, but the equinox has passed and we will soon be waking up to those beautiful sunny mornings again.
Though the cold weather has some way to go before shifting, we can all revel in what the Danish call ‘hygge’, the cosiness that comes with enjoying good food, drink and company in a warm, relaxing environment.
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