4 Tips to Combat Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is one type of depression related to the change in season. The reduced level of sunlight at the beginning of Fall may cause winter-onset SAD. This decrease in sunlight may disrupt your body’s internal clock and lead to feelings of depression. You may also experience low energy, sleeping problems, feeling hopeless and changes in weight. Traditional treatment for Seasonal Affective Disorder includes medications, light therapy, and psychotherapy. You can combat SAD symptoms without traditional treatments. If you think you may have the winter blues or you know you have the condition, try these four tips to combat your symptoms: Take in the Sun Rays Spend as much time as you can in the sun. Sit by a window or go for a walk when the sun is rising or is the brightest. Natural sunlight improves your mood and helps you develop a more positive outlook…

Spot on for Cheetah Print

My favorite thing about Fall and Winter is definitely the clothing. I am not a fan of the cold or the snow, but I love sweaters, boots, and jackets. And since we are finally starting to get Fall-like weather on the East Coast, I recently did a huge Shein haul. So make sure you are following me on Instagram or LiketoKNOWit. I’ll definitely be posting some looks on Instagram and what doesn’t make it to the gram will be on LiketoKNOWit. Last week, I shared with you my take on this split front leopard skirt from Shein. Animal prints are totally on-trend this season, so this week I am covering CHEETAH. I love a good tie blouse, so when you combine that with a colorful cheetah print, I am all in. As soon as I saw this Cheetah Tie Neck Blouse, I immediately added it to my wishlist on Shein.…