My brain wants me to get up when it starts getting light outside. Works great most of year—I wake up between 5:30 and 6:30. When sunrise doesn’t happen until after 7:00, my brain decides something has gone wrong, and wakes me up at 4:30. Not convenient.
One thing that has always appealed to me is having coffee and a fancy pastry in an outdoor setting for breakfast. For various reasons, I rarely do so. Just lately, those reasons seem less constraining, and I’m thinking @jackieLBrewer and I may start taking breakfast on the patio pretty often this summer.
Perhaps because he didn’t know the term photobiomodulation, Brett McKay didn’t come upon the vast amount of research showing the many health benefits of red and near-infrared light. Aside from that, he offers a pretty comprehensive look at the benefits of sun exposure.