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Why I’m now a Summer gal rather than a Winter gal


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 For most of my life, I’ve always thought I was a Winter kinda gal. I still love the cosy nights in, the hot chocolates, the winter clothing, the German markets, Christmas, my Birthday, the list goes on… But, this year I realised that the Winter makes me kinda depressed and down, and seriously unmotivated. I think I might have a case of SAD! So, when Spring arrived I couldn’t be happier, just seeing the sun makes me more motivated and more energised, I can’t explain it. It’s a mahoosive and weird change for me, as I normally love staying in with Netflix, crappy food and a big chunky knit and fluffy socks, but last year I hated doing that every single night, it depressed me and I got seriously bored. I craved for the day where I could leave the house and not be cold. And now the time is here, all I wanna do is sit in a beer garden and go for nice country walks. Who’s joining me?!



Don’t get me wrong, I’m a still a bit of a home body. Especially when it comes to nights out. I’d much rather sit around with cheese and wine with my friends then go to some night club or bar!  I mean, you can’t beat an occasional night in with takeaway and a film can you?! But, for the nights you do go out, make sure you have Home Insurance! Why not get a quick quote over on https://www.chill.ie/*?  It’s so quick and easy to do, and it’ll be worth it in the end!

What type of person are you, do you prefer staying in or going out? Do you prefer Winter or Summer? Let me know in the comments!





*This post is in Collaboration with Chill Insurance
*Stock Photo from Pixabay
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2 comments

  1. In winter I'll stay in at every opportunity but as soon as the suns out I love being a social butterfly!!xx

    Lucy x | lucy-cole.co.uk

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  2. I like bothfor different reasons, but I must say the sunshine this weekend seriously cheered me up!!

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