There's no easy way to put it; sometimes life just smacks people with hard situations and it sucks. When life sucks, there are typically a few options. You can give in to the suck. Sit around, cry, feel bad, watch a lot of TV, distance yourself, ignore the problem - you know, be anti-social. And sure, I do this sometimes. Heck, I do it a lot. Sometimes you have to wallow a little just because. But the key is this - don't wallow too much or you will never get out if that funk.
Whew! It's been a while, but I needed the rest. Basically, I've been recovering from surgery on my left arm for the past few weeks, and will continue recovering until mid-July. I can't sit at a desk for very long. I'm limiting myself to about a half hour a day as of today. This means I can spend a half hour writing blog posts, tweets, and getting about ten minutes of writing done a day. It's been a rough couple of months, but there have been some highlights. Like i went to an
I like to think I’m always learning. Every moment of every day, there’s something new I’m experiencing or thinking about that will lead to a bit of knowledge. Today I’m going to talk about a few things I’ve learned recently from my own personal sleepless experiences. 1. It’s okay to cry once in a while. Without going into way too much detail, I will say my insomnia reached a peak this weekend. I finally got a diagnosis and medication. I was so happy to have something that cou