Washing away the January blues

24 Jan

Gosh it’s been a busy old month, and we’ve not even reached the end yet!

I had a big dollop of the January blues a couple of weeks ago. Talk about being a right misery-guts. The job situation wasn’t improving, the weather was cold, dark and miserable, I came down with the Noro Virus for the second time in as many months, and my waitressing shifts were getting fewer and fewer. To conclude my career was a non-starter, the weather reflected my mood, I felt sick a lot and I was poorer. Fun times.

Sad puppy: even cute animals aren't immune from the blues

I used to scoff when people complained they were suffering from SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) but in these long, cold and dark months, you can’t help wondering whether there’s something in it. Of course, the cause of my temporary downer was mainly the job situation, but the weather, which made me want to curl up and hibernate most of the time, must have had some bearing on it.

Anyway, fast forward a few weeks and I’m happier, healthier (fingers crossed) and enjoying the slightly lighter days and nights.

The only redeeming quality of this weather is it being socially acceptable to batten down the hatches, embrace the warmth and comfort of fleecy pyjamas/onesies, and enjoying numerous cups of tea while watching enormous amounts of television.

Television I’ve watched this week:

Saints: Call the Midwife (both episodes), Coppers, The Booze Bus, Doubt (film), Take Me Out, New Girl, Gok Wan repeats (4OD)

Sinners: Celebrity Big Brother (I was coerced into it)

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2 Responses to “Washing away the January blues”

  1. ShortMeggy January 25, 2012 at 11:20 am #

    G’Day! Justanotherwannabehack,
    Neat Post, I dyed my hair December 11th, 2010, with Live Colour XXL Cosmic Blue (Schwarzkopf, can’t spell it), and it had faded pretty badly by mid January ish. I redyed it Sunday, and washed it that day after dying, and today is the second day I’ve washed it. How long should it take for the colour to wash out, I’m so scared it will wash out, and I love the colour so much. :\
    Kindest Regards

    • Just another wannabe hack January 25, 2012 at 9:12 pm #

      Not sure I can help you with that one. All I would say is that when it comes to dyed hair, you need to keep it extra moisturised using conditioner to keep the hair and colour healthy-looking. Good luck!

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