1. Do you like sunshine? Why?
I like sunshine, definitely. In fact, summer is my favorite season of the year when we can get more sunshine than in the other seasons. There are just so many things that I can do when it’s sunny.
2. Do you prefer to live in a place where there’s more sunshine or less?
I would obviously choose to live in a place with a lot of sunshine. It’s not to say that I don’t like places where it’s dark or gloomy most of the time. I wouldn’t mind visiting them for a change but to live in those places, I don’t think so.
3.Do you think there are any dangers from sunshine?
Well, as far as I’m aware, too much exposure to the sun can do some certain damage to the skin and it can even cause skin cancer. And also, even though I love sunshine, I try to avoid being in direct sunlight for too long, otherwise I’ll feel dizzy or dehydrated.
4. What benefits can we get from the sun?
There are lots of benefits we can get from the sun. The most obvious benefit is life itself. Without sunshine, there would be no life on Earth. There are also several health benefits of getting enough natural sunlight on a regular basis. It’s believed to promote both your well-being and your level of happiness.
5. Do you like going outside on sunny days?
I love hanging out in parks and other open spaces when it’s sunny. This kind of weather is ideal for outdoor activities so I rarely stay inside on sunny days. If I do, I’ll feel like I’m missing out on something.
6. What things are hard to do in sunshine?
Well, there are not many things that I can think of that you can’t do in sunshine. I mean, if you’re into something like dancing or taking a walk in the rain, no, you can’t do it on sunny days but apart from those things, you can do literally anything else in sunshine.
7. Does sunshine change your mood ?
I do think that there’s a relation between the weather and how I feel. On sunny days I tend to feel energetic and active while on cloudy or rainy days I usually feel rather moody and frustrated. In general, I feel better and get more things done on the days when there’s lots of sunshine.