But this year, I have got to enjoy many sunny afternoon runs in the 40’s and 50’s. I know you southern folks are thinking THAT IS COLD, I use to think that way when we first moved here from Florida but now I love running in these temps. Don’t get me wrong anything under 40 and I am cold, but between 40 and 60 those are the best runs.The best thing about this mild winter is that I can get outside for my runs or a walk with my girls, so we are still getting our vitamin D from the sun. I think just the fact that we can get out at all is a huge help with SAD. This is the first year since we moved here that I have not suffered from this disorder and I tell you I am feeling good. I do worry about next year though and how will I keep this happy feeling through a bad winter.
Do you suffer from SAD? How do you cope during the winter to help with SAD?