We are now well into October. I love to appreciate all the little things that make each season unique. Autumn, for me, conjures up memories of foraging for mushrooms to bake in a tart, running through puddles with my children and marvelling at the wonderful changing colours on display from mother nature. Though beautiful, those falling leaves do represent the shedding of summer. It can be hard to accept that those warm jovial days are gone for another year. As the nights grow longer and the sun makes itself scarce, some people may face added struggles in looking after their mental health. We have gathered up some tips to consider if you are finding this transition difficult. This advice may not be right for everyone, just use what works for you. Don’t forget to always prioritise your wellbeing.