According to Time magazine, today, January 21st, is “The Most Depressing Day of the Year.” The reason why today is so depressing is because people feel down about broken New Year’s resolutions, the weather, and the mountain of debt that people face because they spent too much at Christmas, The article also mentions other problems people are struggling with, such as the sub-prime crisis, rising gas prices, and even presidential primary free-for-alls.
To me, all of these things are NOTHING to worry about. I never make New Year’s resolutions except for the one I discussed in my last post and I enjoy the seasons and changes in weather. I also avoid mountains of consumer debt by not overspending. I don’t worry about the sub-prime crisis because I do not feel sorry for banks and people who were greedy and wanted to make money in the property market instead of making a long lasting home. I do not worry about gas (petrol) prices because where I come from (England) gas prices are more than twice what they are here. As for who becomes President…..well I could not give a rat’s ass. Politicians are all the same.
The article does go on to say that evidence suggests people get more depressed in October and November than in January. I don’t know why that is, but I am sure there is a reason. As for today being the most depressing day of the year…..all I can say is that I feel pretty good