I have slept the whole night of exactly one night since my move. That would be a month ago. Those aren’t great odds. I may catch an hour here or there, but nothing one could call substantial. It’s starting to make me more ill, and I can’t understand why I can never sleep anymore! My sleep was never good in the first place, but it’s gone downhill fast!
I purchased a new gel foam bed which is getting delivered on Saturday. Everyone who loves me, please cross your fingers that I can get a decent night’s sleep once again!
Things I’m Doing Since I Can’t Nap For The Life Of Me:
- Blogging (wow, you’d never have figured that one out on your own, would you now?)
- Reading Mockingjay (the last book in The Hunger Games trilogy!) – I seriously recommend this book series everyone! It’s kept me on the edge of my seat!
- Attempting to write something of interest. It’s been too long since I did any kind of writing that wasn’t for this blog.
- Listening to my music on shuffle – half of the songs on here I completely forgot I had!
- As a result, having a mini dance party in my computer chair, despite the fact that it’s making me dizzy and nauseous.
- Wishing that my mother would order cable television so I’d have something to watch, but then I’d probably be less artistic. Still, there are days you seriously need to veg out to mindless tv!
- I do have Netflix though, so that might have to get turned on later!
- Playing on Polyvore to expand my fashion knowledge, searching for funny pictures, and looking at photos of other places (kind of like vicarious travel!).
- Learning more about Buddhism, my spiritual guidance tool of choice.
- Working on my beloved old art journal that I haven’t touched in ages!
Sadly, I got more nauseous and now these activities will have to go on hold for a little bit. The fact that I was doing all of these things at the same time seriously makes me think about why I probably never get anything done. Need to learn how to avoid the multitasking desire!
This feels about accurate…
What do you guys do to pass the time when you’re tired but wired?