A nothing kind of day

Thank goodness i have another day off. I did nothing today of importance which was ok yet i still feel a little guilty. How do i make changes if i don’t DO anything?

I did manage to decorate my planners. And pick my words off the year. Now to use it. Is it 21 or 28 days to make a habit? I at least don’t feel depressed and no suicidal thoughts for a couple of weeks. I know meds aren’t a cure but for me they help a lot. I’m very thankful.

And my boyfriend and i had a good talk last night. I need to give him grace when things aren’t as perfect as i want. Not that he said that but something i realized.

Now to make a planner page for my full on goals and I’d like a routine one too. Oh and a job came open again I’m interested in. Please say a prayer or good mojo i get a chance at it.

6 thoughts on “A nothing kind of day

  1. You’re ahead of me.. glad you mentioned it as I need to do my goals page in my new planner!!
    I take St Johns Wort many days.. sometimes morning and bedtime if things are really bad.. keeps me giggling through the messes.. I get so overwhelmed and not much of a real support system
    Glad you’re here πŸ˜ƒβ˜ΊοΈπŸ€—πŸ€—πŸŒ»

  2. Glad to hear! I struggle with a similar idea that not being productive = bad somehow, but I have to keep telling myself that isn’t always true (even or especially when I don’t believe it). It’s a balance I am really trying to adopt right now. Some days are better than others of course!

  3. I heard that it takes twelve weeks to make something into a habit. Four weeks to break a habit, eight weeks to learn a habit and twelve weeks to make it stick.

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