dekaspace wrote: »
Well its one of those things I never understand rather than me being lazy or anything back in the early days of leaving home technically even my whole life which I think is quite normal really is no matter if I had 8 hours or 10 hours I always hated waking up and wished I had a bit longer what might be a tad different is I left out other things to get sleep so I would jump out of bed say 8.55am go to bathroom have a wash and fresh clothes (no shower) and go out and be at class by 9.30am start pretty much on the dot, now I can't function without a shower if not at least 20 minute one but that part of my brain is conflicted between the same as years ago when I want to wake up and not waste time and not being able to function without a shower, I often joke to myself if I had a way to freeze time when I got up in morning that way I could have a shower shave, breakfast etc and not rush I would find it perfect. just like similar I often wished I could stay up all night and 10 seconds before I am meant to wake up freeze time and sleep for 8 hours then wake up but of course only 10 seconds had passed not 8 hours.
Sorry a little mad side story but thats the way my brain works.
What used to happen years ago when I lived local to parents (years after the death) my parents would always cook too much and bring me leftovers so I ate well and didn't really crave much after that as had a proper meal but my home town was tiny and high rent and no work so moved.
A way to validate what people say and link it to my feelings is I am trying to find that middle ground, when I wake up early I feel I have all day to do something so don't rush, but then also think I have sat around for hours doing nothing so I feel bad either way so that part is motivation its getting my brain to kick in and understand and focus less on the two extremes.
That and when I surround myself with stuff to do be it collections of books, dvds/box sets, fast internet, games consoles etc I feel perhaps overwhelmed is the best word because theres so much to do I will lose out on something but if I had nothing I would feel empty but also enjoy what I had as it was all I had again its finding the middle ground.
So thats me side storying again rather than talking about things that failed, I am trying to find that middle ground as I say where I don't overwhelm myself but don't do nothing either so whilst one step at a time is correct what step is the best to start?
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