Crushing reality dawns, as your mind adjusts to the noise coming from your alarm - painfully reminding you that it’s time for the first get-up after Christmas.
We spend weeks, if not months anticipating all of the splendours of Christmas – lots of calorific food, quality time with friends and family, parties and much deserved time off.
When it’s all over, the tinsel is down and the mince pies are a distant memory, how do we bounce back to our usual perky selves?
A touch of the blues may affect us all at some point, but it’s definitely more common in January – hence the term ‘January Blues’.
The weather is cold, bleak and often wet, most of us enter the workplace in the dark and leave the same way, and money may be tighter than your jeans after the excess of festive spending.
It’s not hard to see why we may struggle to feel positive and bubbly.
The trick is to take January for what it is – an amazing chance to recover, regroup and focus on ever