Climate Control

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?

Ofcourse it is. Unless you live in a bubble or never step out of a climate controlled environment, the outside weather always affects your in small ways or big. When it is a nice, cool yet sunny day outside I want to go out and enjoy myself and wouldn’t mind walking about a bit. I feel free and fine  and jovial (even more than usual) and I want to have a good time.

What if it is raining heavily? I become quiet and withdrawn and reflective. I like to sit in a quiet corner and stare at the rainfall from the safety of my bedroom. I like to also stand in the balcony and enjoy the rainfall right next to me. I also become nostalgic and even quite romantic. I want to curl up in bed and not do much else other than cuddle (not that I get to do that) and take long naps.

What about when it’s extremely hot? I tend to get irritated and upset more often, the littlest things making me go mad. It’s human nature and I guess I am just human.

Prompt from The Daily Post at

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