I’m a summer baby through and through. My favourite things in life are ocean-, outdoor- and view-related.
I hate layers (a.k.a. winter clothes) and I love salty hair (a.k.a. spending all day every day at the beach).
I’ve always known my month of birth (February) weirdly matches my personality, but it turns out science thinks so too.
Believe it or not, whether you were born in autumn, spring, winter or summer impacts what kind of human you grow up to be. Cool, right?
But it’s not just about generally liking the season itself, apparently being birthed into the world between December and February affects everything from your height to your mood.
Here are all the things all summer babes know to be true. (Warning: they’re weirdly accurate.)
1. You’ve got a stronger internal clock.
You’re the kind of person that wakes up before your alarm because your body just knows.
According to research done by Vanderbilt University researchers, light signals can shape the development of our biological clocks.
Thanks to this development, summer babies are also less likely to feel the effects of Seasonal Affective Disorder.
2. You’re moody as hell.
If you’re born in summer, you’re more likely to be prone to mood swings and larger swings in temperament.