A place for everything and everything in it’s place

I am very disorganized person. I’ve spent my last two days off doing small tasks here and there. Putting off large tasks. I feel a bit numb…. stagnant. I’m not saying it’s a bad thing yet i wonder if it’s a necessary thing. When you’ve been so depressed for months to feel meh is a relief. I look at my bedroom and think if i could just organize it and be that kind of person then I’d be awesome. But that’s not me. And i have to be ok with that.

I got this book on sale.

I’m looking forward to reading it’s insight. I feel i need to strike while the iron is hot. Meaning when I’m not in full depression mode. Now is a good of time as any to re train my brain. Wish me luck.

4 thoughts on “A place for everything and everything in it’s place

  1. I just wanted to let you know how proud I am of you. You are very in touch with your feelings and recognize issues as they come. I hope that book brings you some new perspectives and the courage to change things one step at a time. ❤

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