"Sometimes I think of six impossible things before breakfast," is one of the most famous quotes from Lewis Carroll's fantasy novel Alice in Wonderland. The main character Alice thus signals to readers that we should definitely dare to dream big. A motto that fits perfectly to the next full moon.
This one starts on Saturday evening, more precisely at 20:54, while a (hopefully) gentle breeze blows through the cherry trees, which are in full bloom and thus look like pink cotton candy. The term pink full moon, however, does not come from the pink cherry blossoms, "...but because of the flame flowers that cover green meadows like a cloak in northern America," writes Alison Davies in her book "The Mystical Year."
(Source: "The Mystical Year" by Alison Davies.
Dance, dance, dance
Admittedly: Dancing off alone in your apartment sounds a little strange. But it makes total sense, because dancing immediately releases various happiness hormones, including endorphins and dopamine. With jogging, for example, that doesn't happen for an hour. So we leave our jogging outfit in the closet, switch - inspired by 90s fashion icon Shalom Harlow - Nathalia Benson's Mystical AF playlist to super loud and just dance all the bad mood away. Or in other words, Shake It Off!
In this sense, happy full pink moon!
With love, to you -TGC Team
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