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For ten days, the weather was dismal. Thankfully, the sun came out again yesterday.

Before that, day after day it was gray and cold and damp and windy and I felt DOWN.

I had no idea it was related to the weather and thought it was merely a lack of motivation.

Turns out I discovered SAD, Seasonal Affective Disorder.

I can attest to the power it had on my mood, energy and inspiration.

If only I knew what I was suffering from…. maybe I could've talked myself into feeling better.

But as chance would have it, my hairdresser identified the symptoms. It’s a thousand times better knowing what is causing an ailment — even if it’s not resolved. Luckily, a few hours after the sun came out, it perked me back up.

What’s the message here?

The answer came to light by asking deeper questions and talking to others.

And that’s a good thing to do — stay connected to others and live in the light of friendship, communication and wisdom.

For those up north — my wish is for you to have a sunny winter.

Heading back home to The Sunshine State via California for a quick visit with my daughter, Kimberly.

I'll see you at the Wisdom Circle Wednesday, November 6th 10:30 am

Jot It Down - Lunch with Liz @ The Library, Thursday, November 7th at Noon

Hold the Date:

Ask Liz Live!

Monday, December 2, 2019

2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

No Membership Required

Admission $10

561-558-2520 to register

Phyllis & Harvey Sandler Center

Adolph & Rose Levis Jewish Community Center

21050 95th Av South

Boca Raton, FL 33428

Janet Weissman facilitates the Wisdom Circle October 23rd and 30th

10:30am - Noon

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Shelli Blair
Shelli Blair
Oct 20, 2019

Hi Liz ~ When I lived up north that happened often - SAD - there are actually lights you can buy which mimic the sun - worked great :)

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