Mood and weather

For many years of my life I had to look out the window – first thing in the morning – to see what kind of mood I was going to be in that day – depending on the weather. No need to emphasize, I assume, that only the sunny conditions made me smile.



At the time I lived in a valley, surrounded by high hills, which meant that the clouds usually came and hung around for a while – and the fog would block the view for about half a day from early fall to early winter. It really wasn’t the best place to be – and depend on the good weather to be in a good mood.

These days, finally, I have better ways to keep up my good mood – as often as possible – and for as long as possible.



First of all, my first thought every morning – after I wake up – is devoted to a wonderful day ahead. You know how they say that happiness is a choice?

I think that’s true – and everyone has an option to choose happiness as their preference – in any moment of any day.

Second, I make sure to think some pleasant thoughts while falling asleep. I seem to wake up into the same mood from the night before. That means, worries in bed are an absolute no-no.

What about you?

About the author


Most of all Daria enjoys creating, designing, taking photos of, writing about and sharing all the beautiful, cheerful things and moments. She finds them everywhere she goes. And tons of fun people, too!

samlou - September 25, 2011

You definitely remind me of myself! My mood swings according to the weather as well and rainy days just give me a foul mood while sunny days are a joy because of its seemingly infinite possibilities of things to be done. However, unexpected experiences can occur even on days with a thumderstorm. This i learnt when I found small joys in life when random strangers on the streets actually share their umbrellas to shelter me from the storm. Small acts of kindness does go a long way in life!

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