For starters, this weekend's weather was FANTASTIC! Here in Missouri, in the middle of February, we don't see 70 degree days like we did on Saturday. Sunday was much different; windy and cooler. I spent most of the day outside soaking up the free Vitamin D, walking the dog, watching my husband pull weeds out of the yard, and listening to the sounds of my son playing with his friend. I have seen a lot of clients lately that struggle with depression. It's hard not to when we've had more cloudy days in the past two months than sunny. Next time you are feeling low or fatigued, try out the four things I mentioned. I realize not everyone has a spouse or partner, but find a good friend and have a conversation. I spent Sunday rearranging three rooms in my house. Clutter bothers me and where I sit on the couch to relax, I can see all the toys from my son's playroom spill into every other room in the house. Something had to be done. After rearranging the rooms, I felt so much better. I hadn't wasted another day getting mad about the clutter because something had been done. This may not have been your ideal way of spending a weekend. Whatever it is that pulls you out of that depressive state you are in, take advantage of the nicer weather headed your way and of spending your time wisely.