Life Hack for All the Rain Lovers Out There

Updated: Aug 3, 2019

Still not convinced that you are a pluviophile? Read on as we dive into the traits of a rain lover and you can decide for yourself if you are one!


But before we do so, some of you may be asking: What is a pluviophile?


Pluviophile (n) – a lover of rain and someone who finds joy and peace of mind during rainy days.


If you relate to everything we say, check yes, you might be a pluviophile!

  1. You absolutely love it when the skies grow dark and you know a good rain is going to shower the land.

  2. You love the smell of the air that comes with the rain.

  3. You are more motivated and productive when it rains.

  4. You find comfort in the pitter patters of the rain.

  5. You just feel an unexplained sense of calm and serenity whenever it rains.

  6. You do not mind getting a little wet from the rain as others around you scramble to get shelter.

A city like Singapore sees rainfall throughout the year. Despite this, there are still days where you painfully wait for it to rain but it doesn’t.


These are the times where you wished you could summon the rain for yourself so that you can bask in the happiness and comfort that the rain brings you.


But wait, what if I told you that there is some way you could “summon” the rain for yourself?

Yes, it is possible with a simple turning of your shower knob if have a rainshower at home!


Rainshower???


They look like this:

With an overhead feature, they become like pseudo-rain when you turn them on because it makes you feel like water is coming from the sky, which is what rain feels like!


They might not smell like rain, but they possess just enough rain abilities to make you feel comforted and productive if needed.


As the famous saying goes, life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass, it is about learning to dance in the rain. And now, you have one more avenue to dance in the rain if you get a rainshower!

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