No question that when the weather is nice, people feel better. And on the flip side when the weather is gloomy, people feel melancholy. We are all part of an ecosystem.
In theory, we can be proactive and carry our own weather. But in practice, this is easier said than done. Because the weather has such overwhelming effect to our mood, it may be easier just moving to a more compatible climate.
According to Dan Buettner, that key to long life, besides an active life style and healthy diet, is living in a sunny, warm climate — “when vitamin D is abundant, humans have a better chance to stave off bone diseases, heart disease and more.”
The warm weather also encourages outdoor activities and active life style. After all, it is not only living longer but also living better.
How much does the weather affect your life?