Category: psychology

I woke up at 5:44 am but was in the midst of keto flu. Last night when I got home I felt shaky so I ate some dinner and then laid down. I took a THREE HOUR nap, woke up for a couple hours and then went to sleep again at 11pm. During the night […]

I went for a walk this morning! Instead of waking up naturally at 6:30 like I do during weekdays, today I woke up at 8. I usually like to sleep in really late on weekends but today after several minutes of drowsiness I got out of bed and got ready to go for a walk. […]

I took my husband to the doctor this morning because he had some symptoms of Covid: mild fever, fatigue, coughing, sore throat, headache. It turns out he has strep. They did a Covid test on him, but we won’t get the results back until Monday or Tuesday. Meanwhile, my work won’t let me come in […]

Today was a slower day at work and because it was quiet I was able to work through some of the emotions I’ve been feeling. Primarily, doom. And shame. And fear of failure. When I get like this I completely lose my self-confidence and think that nothing good is happening, and nothing good will happen. […]

Today I took my 13 year-old daughter with me to the dollar store. I’ve seen on local online communities people chastising parents for taking their children with them to stores during this pandemic. I’m really afraid of people judging me and I understand the risk, but really they don’t understand my situation. My daughter needs […]