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5 conseils pour lutter contre le « Winter Blues » Est-ce que cela vous paraît familier ? Quand les jours raccourcissent, que la nuit arrive tôt, nous avons envie de nous laisser glisser en mode hibernation comme les ours. Nous sommes plus fatigués, moins motivés, et nous avons plus envie de grignoter – c’est le… Read More


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Alle Jahre wieder: der Winterblues und was Du dagegen tun kannst Kennst Du das auch? Wenn die Tage kürzer, grauer und kälter werden, möchte man sich am liebsten in den Winterschlaf verabschieden. Man ist müde, antriebslos, unausgeglichen und isst zu viel Süßes – der Winterblues hat zugeschlagen! Wenn der Körper zu wenig Licht bekommt, wird… Read More


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An yearly trouble: Winter blues and tips for dealing with it Familiar with it? When the days get shorter, greyer and colder, it would be the nicest just to fall into hibernation like the bears. You feel tired, powerless, unbalanced and yarn for sweets – the winter blues got you! Your body lacks light (with… Read More


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A dear child has many names. So does snow in the Finnish language. Early snowing coming in October in the southern parts of the country and staying until the end of April makes snow a welcome and light companion for the dark part of the year.   We found this infographic from 9gag.com (http://9gag.com/gag/aYpEQw2/finnish-snow-guide-finnish-language-have-more-words-to-describe-different-kinds-of-snow-than-the-eskimos). Lumi and Pyry… Read More


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Winter lasts almost 6 months in Scandinavia. First snow falls often in October and stays until beginning of May. We have been innovative to make these long cold and dark months fun and staying happy until the lighter season reveals the nature and our true nature. What is Winter SAD? Winter SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder).… Read More