Category Archives: Moods

A personally tough winter…

This past winter has been one of the toughest for me personally for a couple of reasons. One is health related and one is house related.  I’ll start with the latter… In December of last year, we had a flood … Continue reading

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Overcoming the Winter Blues…

Here in the Northeastern United States it is a balmy 7 degrees Fahrenheit.  While there is a beautiful blue sky, it is not the kind of day one wishes to venture outside unless absolutely necessary.  For a griever, it often … Continue reading

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Weather and mood…

I’m not usually one to complain about the weather. Usually I love winter with all the snow and cold (I attribute this to my Russian genetics!), but this year it’s just too much! It feels like we’ve been below 20 … Continue reading

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It’s just another manic Monday….

Usually my weeks are hectic, but I’ve coined a new phrase for this week:  ridicubusy:  so busy you don’t have time to say ridiculously busy!  The busy-ness always effects my mood…as does the weather.  Today, it’s snowing, blowing, freezing and … Continue reading

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