As Christmas approaches, we’re already getting excited about what the New Year may bring.
After stuffing our faces with mince pies and spending more time cooped up inside, it’s no surprise that “lose weight” or “get fit” are amongst many people’s New Year’s resolutions. Sound familiar, anyone?
But while we consider physical health to be important, mental health is also something we must talk about openly. Many of us will suffer from some sort of ‘January Blues’ this year, and there’s no doubt as to why.
The build up to the festive period is often busy and fun-filled with Christmas markets, office parties and wrapping presents. It’s then perfectly normal to have a void to fill in the aftermath. January is also usually a month of ‘tightening our belts’ monetary wise and the continued dark nights can make summer feel so far away.