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Did you survive Blue Monday?

January blues

Happy New Year folks! Did you survive 'Blue Monday'? I personally dread January and can't wait to see the back of it. Is anyone with me? In saying that I felt oddly upbeat yesterday. Maybe it's because we are halfway through my least favourite month of the year. 

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16th Jan 2018 11:36

I'm so with you on this one. I can't wait to see the back of January.

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16th Jan 2018 12:42

Roll on February..... oh wait, everything that has been deferred from Jan is happening in Feb!

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to accountantccole
17th Jan 2018 09:38

Roll on March. Oh wait, that's y/e tax planning & Dec y/es.
Roll on April. Oh wait, that's chasing March y/es, SA clients etc.
Roll on May. Chances of having many March y/es in is pretty slim. Good job there's almost as many Dec y/e ltds.
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16th Jan 2018 12:48

Yes. Jan is not good. Today is a sunny day. It makes it better.

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16th Jan 2018 15:49

@OP: that's funny - I felt upbeat yesterday too! Won't last, though.
Eeyore.

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16th Jan 2018 15:52

I keep humming -

January, sick and tired, you've been hanging on me
You make me sad with your eyes
You're telling me lies

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17th Jan 2018 11:25

I'm not a fan of January but I haven’t found it too bad so far. I think it maybe because I'm not drinking my way through it like in previous years which has definitely made a difference. I’ve embraced dry January for the first time ever with the odd cheat day thrown in which I think is perfectly acceptable. Everything in moderation as they say. I also felt quite upbeat on 'Blue' Monday. Go figure?

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to Slim Freddie
17th Jan 2018 11:58

Yes, I opted for a "slightly moist" January rather than a bone dry one. Started 3rd Jan, had one cheat day so far due to visit to top end restaurant. I couldn't sit through a slap up meal drinking sparkling water. Fine dining deserves fine wine, "the finest wines available to humanity" indeed.

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17th Jan 2018 12:36

Eh? January is great!

Crappy cold weather, dark days - more incentive to stay indoors crack on with work and watch the cash roll in!

More of the same next month and the one after, then lighten the workload as the summer comes along - wahoo!

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19th Jan 2018 10:41

January is the best month surely?. Sales figures are double other months.

How strange you don't like that.

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22nd Jan 2018 10:35

I quite like January. I've stayed off the booze and as a result I feel great and I have loads of energy which helps this time of the year. I didn’t even notice blue Monday.

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