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January is, I'm told, the most depressing month of the year.

22nd January, 2005

January is, I'm told, the most depressing month of the year.

The post-Christmas malaise, the drying out, the added inches, and worst of all, the return to work, all conspire to keep most of us in a state of grumpy lassitude.

Only three kinds of people don't get depressed in January: those to whom “drying out'‘ is an alien concept, those who adore winter storms (I place myself in these first two categories), and those...

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