31 Days of Embracing Autumn: So long, Seasonal Affective Disorder!

This is the place to find 31 Days of Embracing Autumn (So long Seasonal Affective Disorder!) You can find all of my posts here.

Day 1: Introduction (Originally posted below)

Day 2: Being Purposeful (Using what I’ve learned)

Day 3: Surrendering to the Season (State of Mind- recipe!)

Day 4: Think: Inner Sunshine (About Vitamin D)

Day 5: Planning for Success (About my Light Box)

Day 6: More Planning for Success (A Little Story for You)

Day 7: How About Some More Success (conquering the exercise mountain)

Day 8: Chasing Beauty (A scenic birthday drive)

Day 9: Leaping at the Chances (saying yes)

Day 10: With a Little Help From My Friends

Day 11: Gonna Try With a Little Help From My Friends (my main support)

Day 12: Finding Cozy (Light and Warmth)

Day 13: Staying Warm

Day 14: Scarves: Not Just for Sledding Anymore

Day 15: Snacking Healthy (Cookbook Recommend)

Day 16: Embracing It (Taking and Making Time)

Day 17: Getting Creative (Pt I)

Day 18 and 19: Getting Creative (Pt II)

Day 20: Folding of the Fan (Finding Reasons to Celebrate)

Day 21: Finding Healthy (My Food Journey)

Day 22: Embracing It

Day 23: Embracing It

Day 24: Healthy is Delicious (Apple Crisp- gluten free and low sugar)

Day 25: Always Looking

Day 26: Living It

Day 27: Why I Keep Trying

Day 28: Pacing Myself

Day 29: When the Going Gets Tough (The  Tough Wear Glittery Earrings)

Day 30: Reading Too Much Into It

Day 31: Heading Into Winter

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5 thoughts on “31 Days of Embracing Autumn: So long, Seasonal Affective Disorder!

  1. I can’t wait to hear all about your month of blogging on this topic! I think so many are affected by the lack of sunlight, may your words be a blessing to all who read them!

  2. I also suffer from SAD as well as clinical and/or post-partum depression. I have been trying to be more purposeful for the last few years about how I go about my autumn season, and it definitely makes a difference when you plan your way through it. Will be reading along with you! Thanks for sharing.

  3. Wow, Pattie- on my worst winter days, I sometimes say to myself “at least Maine isn’t Alaska!”
    Thanks for joining me ladies- feel free to share things that have worked for you in the comments or via email!

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