I was just in Los Angeles this week, and it was freezing.
It’s not uncommon for me to spend hours in the shade and still be able to see people outside.
But when I was there, the weather was unusually warm and I spent more time on the beach than at home.
I’m not entirely sure why this happens, but it’s not the kind of thing I normally do.
“I tend to look out for things that help my mood,” I said.
I noticed that my mood has improved significantly since I got home.
The last time I had a serious bout of depression, I spent months trying to kill myself with pills.
It didn’t work.
I had been feeling so hopeless and depressed, and this is when I started to see the world through a different lens.
It wasn’t the only thing that changed.
I noticed an unexpected effect on my sleep too.
I’ve found that being outdoors has helped me fall asleep more often.
I tend to have a tendency to sleep through the night and feel really sleepy after I wake up.
That’s why I like to get up in the morning to go outside and look for new flowers.
If I had to say a single thing about it, it would be this: It’s been a long time since I’ve felt so much better.
I felt really bad about it all, but I knew that the sun was going to help me a lot.
And it did.