NaBloPoMo Day 9: First week done

The first full week of my NaBloPoMo challenge is done. That seemed to go pretty quickly didn’t it?

Meanwhile I am currently writing this out with a splitting headache and a searing dread of going into work tomorrow. I just want to stay in bed, watch the Doctor Who episodes I have missed and sleep for hours. I didn’t think I would be feeling like this so soon after returning to work. It not just the work thing though, it’s everything else that’s going on at the moment. I feel like I spend so much time at work that I’m exhausted by the time that the weekend comes around. I come home feeling crushed by the weight of people constantly asking me this and that, feeling like they’re relying on me just a tad too much to get things done. And then there’s the fact that I spend the best part of eight hours on my feet. I’m used to it now, but God knows what it’s doing to my bad knee.

I know I need to make some changes to my life, but every time I try I just get knocked back. The more you try, the more you wonder what the point is of doing it. Story of my life.

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2 thoughts on “NaBloPoMo Day 9: First week done

  1. Point is to try! Maybe something will change.

  2. At this time, you are doing something at this time which is a challenge by letting people into your world for thirty days. My advice to you is simply to keep going because you never know where it could inspire you.

    Earlier this year, I was asked to accompany somebody on the Great Manchester Run. I have to admit that I was scared you know what-less because I was 41 (heading to 42) years old and I hadn’t jogged for the bus, never mind ten kilometres, since sixth form. Yeah, it took me nearly an hour and a half but I enjoyed the experience and I’m looking to do it again next year, this time for charity.

    My point is this, don’t be afraid to try. You may not succeed in changing if you try, whereas you’ll definitely not succeed if you don’t try. πŸ™‚

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