I'm hungry, but I don't feel like eating much of anything at all. I've been having this problem all week. The foods I like have all been unappealing. I force myself to eat to stop the stomach growling before that becomes bothersome. I go to bed early to avoid eating only to wake up in the middle of the night hungry and having to force myself to eat more food.
I've done something enormously embarrassing at work today.
I overstuffed a tray full of cups, picked it up, and they went all over the floor. I may have barely passed physics, but physics was needed to figure out I should not have loaded the tray like I did. I still feel like an idiot, and I have not the slightest clue how to get over it. I try not thinking about it and only end up thinking about it more.
I got a raise! *happy dance*
I'm ever closer to buying a car!
Amazing how planners make seemingly insurmountable workloads suddenly doable. I love my new planner. I don't know how I went 3 weeks of class without it.
Is it possible to feel less than oneself? I am assuming I am "me" the entire time of my existence, but lately, I have been feeling hollow- almost empty. Does this make me less me?
Let me elaborate: The things I enjoy are not so soothing and the things that bother me no longer provoke me. I am not finding happiness or anger in much of anything. I feel like my life has went from vivid color to monochrome.
I suppose I just need a new hobby, but I don't have a lot of time between work, the gym, school, and semi-decent amount of sleep.