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Another Day

You will notice that my posts are a little irregular at the moment I don't know what it is about July and August but I have a difficult time keeping to my routines during them.

I thought I'd do a search for Summertime blues, turns out that SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder), can occur in the summer as well, go figure!



Check out this article: 5 signs you have the Summertime Blues

Melatonin is a bitch. The Professor takes a melatonin supplement and it looks like I'm going to have to too. If Melatonin is one of those things my body is low on then I will do my best to fix it same as I do with other issues like the generalized depression I live with every day.

But why these two months I don't know. There are lots of ways to chase them away but in some cases there just isn't any way to chase away the summer blues, you just got to get through it is all.

I know come late August, Early September the mood will swing into the up position again I just got to get through it til then.

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