doldrums |ˈdōldrəmz, ˈdäl-, ˈdôl-|
plural noun (the doldrums)
a state or period of inactivity, stagnation, or depression: the mortgage market has been in the doldrums for three years.
• an equatorial region of the Atlantic Ocean with calms, sudden storms, and light unpredictable winds.
ORIGIN late 18th cent. (as doldrum ‘dull, sluggish person’): perhaps from dull, on the pattern of tantrums.
Have you ever had all the wind go out of your sails suddenly?
Imagine never having to struggle with that. Ever.
Now, I can’t ensure you’ll never get down in the dumps.
But this article can provide you with the tools you need to power through doldrums like a lightsaber through a herd of goats.