Which season is most liked?

Which season is most liked?


How do you feel in winter?

  1. Feel a cold breeze blowing on your face.
  2. Touch some snow or ice.
  3. Touch a pine cone.
  4. Feel the wind push against you.
  5. Feel how heavy a piece of ice is.

How does summer feel?

Summer sounds like oceanwaves and crickets, taste like ice cream and slurpees, feels like sweat and sunshine, smells like coconuts and BBQ. Summer tastes like a juicy barbecued hamburger and a cool crisp salad with fresh tomatoes.

What do we see in winter season?

What Is Winter? Winter is the season that comes after fall and before spring. Winter is usually the coldest time of year and in some places, it brings freezing temperatures, snow, and ice with it. Even places that don’t get snow or freezing cold weather still have a winter season.

What is the importance of summer season?

Warmth of the summer days creates lifelong conditions for animals and plants activities. Also be ready for the thunderstorms, because in the summer it is very important phenomenon. It helps nature to survive in this hot period, crops to grow better and later give harvest!

How can I feel happy in winter?

Here are Dansinger’s top six habits for fending off winter blues the science-backed way.

  1. Practice positive thinking. Try to be a glass-half-full person this winter.
  2. Avoid isolation. Get together with loved ones.
  3. Eat right. There’s no magic superfood to improve your mood.
  4. Get real sunshine.
  5. Have sex.
  6. Break a sweat.

How does summer smell like?

There’s nothing quite like the smell of summer. It can smell like saltwater and warm sand, or it can smell like citrus and your favorite blooming flower.

How do you stay cheerful?

Daily habits

  1. Smile. You tend to smile when you’re happy.
  2. Exercise. Exercise isn’t just for your body.
  3. Get plenty of sleep.
  4. Eat with mood in mind.
  5. Be grateful.
  6. Give a compliment.
  7. Breathe deeply.
  8. Acknowledge the unhappy moments.

How do you handle winter?

8 ways to cope with the winter blues

  1. Exercise. Bundle up for a walk, swim indoors, or head to the gym.
  2. Check your vitamin D levels. Sunlight is a source of vitamin D, a nutrient linked to sharper thinking and better emotional health.
  3. Get some light therapy.
  4. Eat a healthy diet.
  5. Stimulate your senses.
  6. Nurture your spirit.
  7. Head to a sunnier climate.
  8. See a therapist.