I am planning to make a major life change - going to graduate school. This change will most likely involve a move to a new location in N. America or maybe even Europe. I currently live in N. Texas (USA), and find fall, winters and springs tolerable, but in the summer - I hide from the oppressive heat (100F in July & August) and the sunlight. My onset happened when I lived in the San Francisco Bay Area, known for being cool and temperate. I really don't want to go back especially since I and a couple of friends acquired sarc and RA there, and there have been lots of fires (yikes, smoke!) and outbreaks of a nasty mold spore respiratory infection. I got better when I left California and moved to Texas.
How do you find the weather where you live affects you and your health? Is your weather conducive to being active and feeling healthy, or do you hide or stay inside? I ask your humble advice :)