Battling The Winter Blues and a Giveaway!

FYI: the following maybe too much information, but here I go, anyway. I can’t think when I’m in my pyjamas. I know some writers spend the day in their sleep clothes and are productive and go about slaying the universe, fictionally speaking, of course. But, me? Not so much. I put my pyjamas on when I go to bed, or possibly at some point during the evening, like if I’ve worked out and I need to shed my sweaty workout gear.

Right now I’m sitting at my desk, in front of my computer, in my pyjamas. And it just feels…wrong.

It might be that I need new pyjamas, but, I think for me, day clothes signal productivity. Although lately, some days I’m not exactly setting fire to my to-do list, even when wearing my day clothes. I blame winter!

frosty mornings and toasty mugs

I’ve read all the lists on how to ease a winter malaise. I know I’m supposed to eat healthier, exercise, take Vitamin D. And those things work! But the cold winter still makes me want to hibernate in a pile blankets with a good book. Luckily, there is an endless number of good books out there to choose from.

I’m eagerly awaiting the release date of GONE, Aspen Lake Series, Book 3!

I’m open to suggestions on how to survive the rest of the winter! Or your opinion on pyjamas! Comment below on some of the ways you battle the winter blues, or any kind of blues, to be entered to win a $25 Amazon gift card.

Comment to win $25 gift card. Closes February 27, 2019.

Until next time…

No winter lasts forever; no spring skips it’s turn. ~ Hal Borland

5 thoughts on “Battling The Winter Blues and a Giveaway!

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  2. I don’t know how you do it. I live in Phoenix, Arizona, our winters here aren’t rough by most people’s standards. However, we are thin-blooded here and when it hits 50 degrees or less we are freezing. I get home from work, put on my sweat pants, a cozy sweatshirt, thick socks and settle into my couch with a blanket, my dog (until he gets tired of me and leaves – quitter), and either the remote or a book. I also try to cook using my crock-pot. Making yummy comfort foods like chicken and dumplings or beef stew.

    • It’s a fraction warmer today, which makes it easier. It’s all relative. I’m not sure I’d be able to withstand your summers! Comfort food always! And books! And the television. I watch way too much TV!

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