How do you stay productive in the chilling NYC/NJ winter and shorter days?

New vqMr23
Nov 13 10 Comments

I feel the winter cold and darkness is limiting what I can do. How do you guys manage to stay productive, happy after work or once you get home given lesser daylight and the chilling winter? What changes do you make in your schedule, food, etc. Any other hacks etc. Thanks!


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TOP 10 Comments
  • Apple Big Head
    Hot coffee. Hot bacon egg cheese salt pepper ketchup. Hot cheese pie. Then you emerge in the spring with your beautiful NYC winter belly!
    Nov 13 1
    • New vqMr23
      Exactly.. I am worried about the toll these 4 or so months take on your health both physical and mental.
      Nov 13
  • Prudential / Design Fjiudh
    We aren’t happy. We’re fucking miserable assholes in the northeast.
    Nov 13 0
  • New / Mgmt benefactor
    Summer bodies are made in the winter. Reduce your calorie intake.
    Skiing is the thing to do, there are so many resorts within 1-2 hours of every city.
    I leave town in February for an extended warm vacation with some WFH days.
    Nov 13 0
  • Google moving_on
    Crank up the temperature, sit next to a window in the day to get sunlight. Use bright lights in the room, they cheer up the mood.
    Nov 13 0
  • Medtronic ilovegod
    How long you been here ? That has lot to do with your question and possible solutions
    Nov 13 0
  • Amazon / Mgmt codepoet
    How do people work in the Bay Area where the weather never changes? How do they work in SoCal where the weather is always sunny? How do they work in Seattle where it always rains? You acclimate. It happens by itself with time.
    Nov 19 0
  • Wayfair hitman047
    It's depressing. But what can you do. There is only so much you can eat, drink and smoke before you get bored of doing it everyday. Sigh.
    Nov 13 0
  • Uber rTjq20
    Get a UV lamp.
    Nov 13 0
  • Facebook / Eng cat++
    It is warm indoor.
    Nov 13 0


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