January 20, 2014.
For more people the answer is a resounding no. There are loads of reasons why people do not like the first month of the year, some of them being legitimate and others not so because at the end of the day January is just like another month and it is what you make of it that counts. That is only a part of the story because a lot of us have fantastic self-motivation but, January does present its own problems. Firstly due to the timing of the month people who get on a monthly basis have to wait well over a month to get any money after the festive period so a lot of people are not indulging in beautiful escort services and other things such as a simple pint at the pub. Not the thing that makes you happy to be honest and on top of all of this you are in work after all the partying which is the reason why many claim that the 6th January to be the most depressing day of the year. The unofficial day of the year is “blue Monday” which is not really a specific date but, the Monday of the last week in January is when a lot of people are un happy.
Bills and a lack of money is certainly the main factor in this. The novelty of winter has also come to an end which pretty much what every single person in the United Kingdom wants to end. Short days and blisteringly cold weather are going to make the most light hearted of us feel down. The theory is just a theory though, and has no real scientific evidence to back it up but, there is certainly something in the theory which was first investigated by, by Cliff Arnall from Cardiff University back in 2005. When you look at polls most people will tell you that they do not feel that Today is the most depressing day of the year so what do you think?