Day 324 Days of Recovery from Procrastination

I have always loved learning new things. I am a fountain of information of useless facts. I dont think Google has anything close to whats stored in my head. Laughing out loud here.

But seriously i do loved learning new things, i love reading, i love talking to people and i love listening as well.

Over the last few days, i have worried that i was lossing my memory, because i was feeling sluggish and not sure if i was remembering correctly, everything i am supposed to remember. I even considered going to the doctors to get a check up and make sure i wasn’t getting dementia, but then i looked at my roster for the last fortnight and i had accidentally worked far to many hours.

I have struggled to get motivated to go to the gym this week and when i went to yoga tonight i thought my hips were going to snap in half, all because i have burned the candle at both ends and i am feeling a bit burned out.

Twelve days straight too. Tomorrow i am going to be like this!

Tomorrow is my last shift before my weekend happens. I actually wore all black tòday, but my little bit of positivity forced me to wear my red cardy. Because i just couldn’t face being dressed like i was going to a funeral.

Tomorrow i am going to be grateful when my shift ends and we are on our way up to my home town to not only see the family, but to finish organizing the last details for our wedding so we can send out our wedding invites.

I am also going to wear some color, to cheer myself up. 😁

Happy Thursday everyone.

Bring on the weekend.

Author: Lightbulb Moment Recovery Coach

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