Vacation time is the best time to buy new wardrobe! Going from the Ohio Valley in the spring to the desert is going to feel like a warm time-travel. The weather here is 50s & 60s with tons of rain and wind and Arizona is upper 80s and sunny and dry. Not only is it time to bust out the summer wardrobe, but also the water bottles, moisturizer, and sunscreen. Below is my style inspiration & wishlist for a sweet desert style.
Currently loving linen shorts, natural fabrics, leather & strappy sandals, bright colors (as always), and red/orange florals.
Anyone else experience Seasonal Affective Disorder? 👋
SAD is usually the worst during the daylight savings in Autumn and all throughout Winter. Though it gets me down all throughout the year when I don’t get enough sunlight. Below are my “remedies” for when the sun doesn’t shine and when the cold weather gets me in a slump.
I say “remedies” because it doesn’t really solve the problem, but it helps to keep some sanity. These things may not help you if you too are suffering from this mysterious disorder.
CBD Full spectrum oil - This has completely replaced the SSRI’s that I’ve been on for the last 2-3 years
50,000 IU Vitamin D (I don’t recommend you taking this much unless you were prescribed by doctor)
Citrus foods & greens- Fresh fruits and veggies help stimulate the “IT’S SPRING!” pleasure center in my brain
HUM Nutrition Uber Energy- Any little extra help with the adrenals can’t hurt
Essential oils- My favorite is Red Rose (smells like a bouquet of fresh cut roses) & Awake blend by Grove Collaborative
Biossance Vitamin C + Rose oil- Keep skin moisturized and looking well. Nothing will add more to your depression than dull skin
Sparkling water- staying hydrated will help with all ailments & a little extra fizz helps liven it up
Plants & flowers- nothing like a fresh bouquet or growing plant to help boost your mood when the weather is dreary
Sunlight- duh! Get out as much as possible when the sun is shining