Daily Life

So I don’t have much that I feel like blogging about right now. I feel like I’ve sorta fell into a bit of a routine as I work away, eat and sleep as the days fly by. I haven’t put much time into anything fun or hobby related lately, and that bugs me. I feel like as the winter rolls in, I’m ready to hibernate. The lack of sun in the apartment is definitely having a negative effect on me. I haven’t been a very good friend either, so I’ve just been isolated in the little apartment, working away, until Annie comes home.

Thanks to the anti-depressants I’m on, I definitely don’t feel depressed, but I don’t feel happy either. I’m just treading water, keeping my head above the surface, with no energy to really move in any specific direction.

We live above a convenience store again, and too far from a grocery store for me to easily walk to get things that are healthier for me. Add to that the horrible kitchen in our apartment, and I don’t feel like cooking. Usually, I enjoy cooking, but I think I’ve only used the oven three times since we moved here over a month ago.

I do feel like I’m doing well at my job though, so there is some small saving grace in that. My boss continues to tell me that I’m doing a good job, and I feel like she is not the type to blow smoke up people’s behinds.

I was hoping to participate in Nanowrimo (National Novel Writing Month) this month, but haven’t felt the drive to do it. I even already had a concept I wanted to work on and a few employees at 10up are taking part and discussing what they are up to.

I’ve been without my cell phone for about a week and a half now as Annie is getting repaired. I gave up mine because she needs it when driving to work and back as I don’t ever want her to be stranded. I’ve realized that when my cell phone contract is up, I won’t be getting another flagship phone, as I don’t need one.

That’s pretty much all that’s new with me. What’s new with you? I’d love to hear from people, and I’m sorry again that I haven’t been up for reaching out.

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3 Replies to “Daily Life”

  1. The norm for me. I’m doing NaNoWriMo, getting ready for Christmas, still loving my new home. I get incredibly lonely some times being so far away from my family and old friends, but things are going alright. Job is going well, for me at least. I hope you find your motivation soon. 🙂 I love reading your stuff, as always.

    1. I’m so jealous of your move sometimes. It was a huge risk, but sometimes restarting like that is exactly what the mind, body, and soul needs. 🙂 I’m glad you weren’t on the chopping block at work during the recent cuts. I saw the news and was immediately concerned for you .

  2. You need to check out ” hungry for change.” I think it could help you out. Also read low magnesium in your diet increases the risk of depression. Just some food for thought. Cheers

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