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Trying to get situated and boot the tiredness

Monday, August 20, 2012

Trying to get some sort of schedule going here. First Monday with DH home and I already feel behind.

I stayed up way too late, got up at 5am to make DH his coffee (no automatic start on the Bunn and I had to grind the beans anyway) so my sleep was broken up and I got up at 10 and I'm dragging. Why can't my DH make his own coffee? Well, we've been married 25 years, I know him, it makes him feel like I care because I make that effort for him, he's getting up at 5am to go work his butt off to support his family, little things like me making his coffee make him happy so I do it for him.

So I'm just feeling dead. I have a lot of stuff to get going. I am supposed to be running an online business selling books at stuff but have been derailed by many issues and need to focus!!

I feel dragged-ass tired. I don't know if its from my medical issues, the emotional stress I've been dealing with or my stupidity in staying up too late and not getting enough sleep. My body feels like someone beat me which is left over from all the rain we've been having the past few weeks.

So I'm listening to my IPod, Crystal Bowls Chakra Chants by Jonathan Goldman. I started listening to "sound therapy" about 4 months ago and it really helps me. I notice I feel more balanced when I do at least the 7 minute tune up every day. Its really great stuff to listen to while working because it does not require you to focus on the music. You can if you want to meditate but I find just listening to it while I email or do computer work is perfect.

So I took an Iron & vitamin C pill. I will take my B-Complex, B-12 and Folic acid pills. I will eat a Fage peach Greek yogurt. I will listen to my Chakra Chants, get my email done and draw up a plan of action to get my life back into a working schedule! Even if I don't get a lot of work done today I will set myself up for a better tomorrow, I WILL be in bed before 11 pm tonight!!

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