Exactly what it says
Strategically, I have titled this post using “part one” to end it… because we all know how the human mind likes to change up, even when we think we’ve got everything sorted… if any clinical psychologists follow me, feel free to drop a comment/email me! I’d love to hear about your journey there.
Here’s a proud experience starting one of my little brothers. It’s crazy how you can get re-inspired just by talking to someone younger than you. Re-experiencing the raw passion of a somewhat more blank-slate, than yourself.
It’s creeping up to move-in day… working full time means I have to somehow plan everything in advance! Might add extra things I remember in bold..
Sometimes it’s okay to do nothing
Here are my experiences before being diagnosed with a deviated septum… years after struggling to breathe!
Just a little reminder to drink water today. I literally drink about 5-6glasses of water when I’m at work… Now, go get yourself a glass of water!
Perhaps I’ve grown accustomed to my routine now, that I just get on with it, or maybe I really am turning into a robot. Joking. I could never. At least my days zoom by now, and I can use my evenings more wisely.
Possibly a bit of jumbled mess, but I hope it kind of made sense. Scroll to the bottom for the summary.
Sooo, my account was suspended, I’m not sure how long for, but I could still post? I’m not sure if people were still able to view my posts or not since it was suspended. I’m so silly. I put the wrong email address (.co.uk/com) at first then, when I changed it, I forgot to verify […]