1. I was born and raised in the south. In fact, it is hard for me to get too hot. I love the sun and I hate February. I blogged about that at the first of the month. Even though we can have cold, dreary days in March. They seem much more transient. I can deal with them better somehow. I don’t think I have SAD, but I definitely get the winter blues. I know better than to move any further north.

  2. I love this post! There are so many natural remedies… when we moved to Tx a year ago, my winter blues disappeared and the only change was all the sunshine! I love that you included exercise as well, that always helped me too.

  3. Hi Sandy. I just posted about SAD last week or so. I seriously think I have it worse this year than ever before. The gloominess is overwhelming. No definite plans for spring break yet.

    I can’t recall if you commented on my fruit/sugar post. I’m curious. What are your thoughts on eating fruit and the sugar content. Do you limit the amount of fruit you eat?

  4. Jill, I was doing great this winter, until a few weeks ago. I restarted the SAM-e and that seems to have helped a lot. You should try that!!

    I usually do not limit my fruit intake, though, I know many health people suggest it. I did when I was doing X2 and following the diet guide, but it was hard for me. On a normal day, I eat 3-4 servings of fruit a day. I’m not sure if that’s good or not. I don’t eat much other sugar, except honey in my morning coffee. I don’t eat processed foods, rarely eat bread, and I prob only have dessert once a month.

    I need to go back and look at your sugar post. I think I missed that one.

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