Monday, March 30, 2009


so, what is the big difference between mondays and sundays? i get up the same time on each day (not because I like it because my body does it to me) I work all the time, but for some reason it is so much harder getting up and out of bed on monday than it is on sunday. I know I am not alone on this, but I don't know how to make it any easier. I don't have to get up early (got up at 8am this morning) which is enough sleep for me, but still, maybe its because i have to go to work or be away from the house. not sure but it is really hard to get up on mondays!

Wednesday, March 25, 2009


doens't it always seem as if we are waiting for something? waiting for a date or waiting for a rainy day? I used to be able to live in the moment, but since school has been over, it is harder to live in the moment. i think it has to do with working towards goals and accomplishing what you want to accomplish but there always seems to be something to wait for and it never gets any easier.

Monday, March 23, 2009


Okay, so I got some exciting news and it became apparent to me how people handle there excitement differently. Some jump up and down, some cry, some pat you on the back and some stay silent. I guess you do what you are used too, but when someone shows excitement by jumping up and down and you show it by silently knodding your head, how does the other person know you are excited?

Not sure, I don't think there is a wrong way, but I just come from the belief that there needs to be some sort of emotion involved in showing excitement? any thoughts.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Avoiding thinking about something

How do you avoid thinking about something that you have to put off? The more I try to avoid it, the more I think about it. There are some things that we cannot control, correct that most things we cannot control, but our thought process is our own. So, why can't I focus on what I need to focus on and avoid the things that make my mind wander?

Any suggestions would be helpful.

Thursday, March 5, 2009


Just posed an article on irritablity and it got me thinking about how you can track how irritable you really are? Not sure. I am tired, and down and know that when I am those two things, it leads to irritablity.

But how do you avoid it? Harder question and one that cannot easily be answered. I could lie in bed all day (yeah right) that wouldn't work, can do things to help me relax (guess i shouldn't be working so much) and take care of myself (thats a hard one too)

So I guess i will just have to wait until it passess.