Do you feel moody on this Monday, January 15, 2018? Not surprising! Why are you asking? It’s simple, this Monday was decreed “the most depressing day of the year. It’s even called Blue Monday, Monday’s blues or Monday’s blue.
Since 2005, the most depressing day of the year is the third Monday of the month of January that combines a number of factors that can lead to … depression.
It is the company Sky Travel who “launched the concept” in 2005. According to her, this Monday would be alone the combination of the beginning of the week (Monday) in the heart of winter (cold and lack of brightness) and that corresponds to the post-Christmas period with the outstanding debts that go with it. This Monday, very often we drop (too fast) the good resolutions of the beginning of the year. That too, it makes a morale blow.
And then necessarily among the good resolutions, we decided not to drink, not a drop, while a drink between friends would have necessarily given a little balm to the heart. It’s the day we want to drop everything, but NO!
Rather than being sunk in this Monday blues, if we tried to see the glass half full rather than half empty? An example?
Yes, the days are getting longer Imagine that day length increases and not a little. This January 15th, it will last 8 hours and 42 minutes against against 8 hours and 20 minutes on January 1st. We won 12 minutes in 15 days!