“Hail”-ing WordPress Traffic.

The idea that the weather and people’s moods are connected is quite old. Do you agree? If yes, how does the weather affect your mood?


The rain, it always gives me ideas. The way the sound of raindrops dominates and makes all other sounds seem irrelevant. I believe many would agree with me that they love sleeping to the rain’s lullaby.

Second in line, is overcast. The different shades of grey in the sky always give me peace. I’ve never really been fond of the sun, or summer for that matter. I only like the sun for light, that’s pretty much it. The heat part I can do without; I easily get sweaty palms.

When it starts to snow, am I the only one who feels like celebrating Christmas? Sometimes half-expecting to see a man with a strong fondness for red, on a flying sleigh. I believe the weather changes my mood at times, but not all the time. When it does however, I get a wave of inspiration like no other.






8 Replies to ““Hail”-ing WordPress Traffic.”

  1. The weather totally affects me. I absolutely need the sun. It does wonders for the serotonin levels in my brain. I live in Brazil and it’s often sunny. When it starts to rain, or becomes overcast, I get depressed and slow. Even worse, if I’m in a dry climate and all-of-a-sudden go to a wet climate, I get so tired. It doesn’t matter how much sleep I get at night, I am constantly tired.
    I guess we’re the opposite.

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