Helping pessimists see the bright side of life without losing their "half empty" roots.
…is when the candy goes on sale.
During the spring/summer, the trees are full of leaves. Over time, those leaves begin to weigh down the branches, which aren’t all very strong. When the seasons change, the trees begin to release the leaves, creating a colorful blanket on the ground.
I found a photo of leaves falling on the ground. My immediate thought was how the leaves represented the cycle of life. We’re born, we life, and we die (pardon the morbid thought).
Instead of writing some drawn out post about life, I decided to post the following video. It’s a classic, I promise you.
…Fall’s official color.
I’ve ignored the stress for a very long time, hoping it would just go away.
Instead, the stress compounded, making it unbearable for me to function normally. The pot has boiled over. I’ve hit the wall. Something has to give.
Change is necessary. On top of that, I don’t know what changes are needed for the stress to go away. For someone who loathes surprises, not knowing what’s next is quite uncomfortable. I’m not a fan of this part of the journey.
On the bright side, being uncomfortable may not be as bad as it seems:)
I don’t have an issue with washing/drying laundry but I hate putting the clothes away. When the dryer buzzes, I take the clothes out and toss them across the bed. Yes, I could put them away at that point, but I don’t. I put the next load in the dryer and go back downstairs to do something else.
Usually, I wash and dry 4-5 small loads of clothes a week. By the time Friday gets here, the pile is massive. I’m confined to sleeping on one side of the bed and that’s when I finally put the clothes away. Even though it irritates me, I don’t make the first attempt to fix it.
What is your favorite last minute task?
I work best in a state of chaos. It’s definitely for the easily stressed.
This works perfectly when it comes to blogging. Ninety percent of my blog posts are based on observations, making it impossible to schedule posts ahead of time. While I try to write blog posts a week in advance, that doesn’t always work in my favor.
Inspiration can hit hours before my scheduled post time. This is usually when I’m at my full-time job. Hence the chaos. Being a pro at multitasking is essential if I want to get posts scheduled on time.
P.S. The adrenaline rush I get from working in chaos is pretty awesome too:)
Fall brings cooler weather.
Cooler weather means I can break out my favorite boots.
squeals with glee