It’s definitely getting colder in the UK now and I am most definitely feeling the difference. On days where I’ve still been wearing dresses, I’ve also had my socks on over the top because my feet often feel the cold more than anywhere else.
That said, my legs always feel it too, especially the upper half above the knee, (which, as it happens, is probably the place I get the most pain when I’m on my period too.)
For the last couple of days I’ve either been sat with a blanket over them or with a wheatbag on my knee to try keep warm.
Today, I’m noticing it more than ever because it felt like the cold had worked its way right down into my bones this morning. The wheatbag approach didn’t really help, but a hot shower did so I can’t complain.
As well as this I’ve noticed that I feel really, really tight today, especially in my hamstrings so I think I might do some long-sitting to try combat that.
I’ll most probably end up going out too to try and give them a stretch although I’m not sure I really want to do that when it’s taken me so long to warm up, so I’ll have a think.
On an un-related note. November is here which means it’s NANOWRIMO again. NANOWRIMO Is National Novel Writing Month and it challenges those who take part to write 50,000 words over the 30 days of November. I’ve made a start, but I’m still not really sure what’s going to happen in my story so I’m not sure how well I’ll do.
I made a video about it on my YouTube channel if you want to know more, and I’ll be making update videos as I go along so feel free to subscribe to my channel while you’re there if you like.
How are you all dealing with the change in seasons?