Christmas is over, the diet has begun, it’s cold and dark outside, it’s no wonder that January has been proven to be the saddest month of the year. Psychologists have even declared Monday the 23rd January to be the most depressing day of the year. But don’t despair! With the help of Psychic Light, there is no reason you should let the January blues take over this year. Follow our tips and you could be feeling better and brighter than ever this winter! Get Away – If you have some extra funds left over from Christmas then book a weekend getaway. There are some great deals to be had during the winter, so have a look online and pick a location! Whether you decide to go alone or with someone close to you, time away from the daily grind can leave you refreshed with a new perspective. Get Fit – Maybe one of the most popular ways to beat the January blues is to get in shape. Exercise is scientifically proven to boost your mood which can give you a great confidence boost. If lack of funds is stopping you from joining the local gym then don’t panic, there are hundreds of ways to stay active which don’t cost any money. Jogging, walking and cycling are all guaranteed to boost your endorphins without affecting your bank balance and can help you to reduce stress, relieve pain and generally make you feel better about yourself. Get Sober – If you read last weeks post then you’ll know all about Dry January. Thousands of people are using January to give up the booze and kick-start a healthier lifestyle. And you never know, staying sober for the month may encourage you to give up the booze for good. Get Out – The start of a happy and positive 2013 comes with taking risks and pushing yourself. Set resolutions of things that you want to do this year, and rather than just thinking about it get out and do it! Take up a new hobby or try your hand at something that you’ve always wanted to do. Not only will it keep your social life healthy but getting out and trying new things can take away your stress and give you something new to focus on. In Roman mythology, the month of January was named in honour of the god Janus, who was usually depicted with two faces, one looking into the future, and the other looking into the past. This perspective makes January the perfect time to look forward, leaving behind regrets and learning lessons from your past. So counteract those January blues and look forward to a great 2013!