Blue Monday

LOOK: Remedy Blue Monday With These Beautiful Blue Sights

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK

It’s Blue Monday – supposedly the most depressing day of the year. While the basis of this claim is dubious (in fact, its just a gimmick by a ...

The Best Years of Our Lives?

Anthony Curley | Posted 21.03.2014 | UK Politics
Anthony Curley

The average under 25-year-old who contacts StepChange has unsecured debt of £5,471. Small wonder growing numbers are falling into the clutches of parasitic payday lenders. In 2012, 42% of the charity's young clients had taken out a payday loan, rocketing up from 25% in 2011.

My Formula for Avoiding Blue Monday

Nick Jones | Posted 07.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Nick Jones

Well if you ask me the whole December/January transition is ridiculous. Being a glutton one minute and then abstaining the next seems like a sure fire recipe for a bipolar episode. Surely we would all be much better off changing our habits in a less drastic fashion? Perhaps we could start a detox in February... or March... maybe July?

Forget About Blue Monday - Depression Is All in the Mind

Dan Roberts | Posted 22.03.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Dan Roberts

Granted, January is a pretty gloomy month (I was shocked to see a blue sky today, having forgotten what one looked like), but why is that particular day more depressing than any other? Well, of course, it's not. Blue Monday was actually invented by a psychologist to help promote some travel company.

The Most Depressing Day of the Year: The Not So Depressing Truth

David McAlmont | Posted 22.03.2013 | UK Lifestyle
David McAlmont

Why is the media so hooked on a patent PR whim, and why do they trumpet it every third Monday of January?

Blue Monday - What an Absolute Farce

Jamie Lewis | Posted 17.03.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Jamie Lewis

Today, apparently, is the most depressing of the year in what 'experts' call 'Blue Monday'.

Happy Blue Monday!

Sarah Cawood | Posted 17.03.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Sarah Cawood

So, today is Blue Monday, so called because, according to various "experts" it's the day in the year we are most likely to feel utterly miserable due to a combination of factors (money, weather, broken New Year resolutions...more on those later).