Category Archives: My Winter Season

The illusion (or delusion) of wintery weather

It’s funny how the mist can distort our sense of perspective, much like how the weather can have an affect on our mood. A rainy day can make you feel sad or lonely, just like the mist can make you feel lost. Continue reading

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Changing perspectives

This time of year seems to go slow then suddenly fast and, as we edge closer to the end of the calendar year, we cling onto every last morsel of it. Continue reading

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Darker days, darker mind

Our minds reflect what we see. So when we see dark all the time, our thoughts often become darker and deeper. Continue reading

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Golden light

This time of year always makes me appreciate the light. I savour the grey blue morning light as I get into the car at 7am and I’m hypnotised by the golden glow of sunsets at 4pm. Continue reading

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As the days get colder

My Winter Season is about my journey from autumn into winter, the change in temperament and routine and how nature offers us lots to learnings at this time of year. It may start to seem sparse, brown and wet but there is always more than meets the eye. Continue reading

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