Bridget didn’t help

I’m not sure that was the best film I’ve ever seen, but it wasn’t the worse. I realise I’ve already forgotten to measure the amount of sleep I’m getting. I might need to get a fitbit to measure it accurately. Wine and whiskey is great though, I’ve ordered some more for the cupboard, there was […]

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A night out

Some friends have decided I’m looking down, so it’s time for a night out. They say that I need to let go of what it is that’s eating me up. One friend unhelpfully said I need to “cheer up”. I think whiskey and wine might help. One of the choices is Bridget Jone’s Baby. I […]

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He posted it!

So, one of the people I let go a few weeks back has moaned about me on Facebook. I knew it would happen, it happens all the time. The company lawyers are currently working out if there’s something that can be done to get it taken down, but they also said that it’s sometimes best […]

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Monitoring sleep

This is something I’ve been meaning to do for a while, so from now on each blog post will begin with an indication of what time I went to bed and how long I slept. The idea, I guess, is to find out what affects my sleep patterns. Time to bed: 11:18pm Awake: 5:06am Woke […]

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A day off and time to reflect

I decided to look up what signs of anxiety I had and whether they were real or not. I found this: I reckon I’ve got all of those. It’s time to start making a diary (which this is, I guess!) I feel better already having started it. Bear with me. Even though nobody’s reading it […]

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A journey to the doctor

I really don’t like visiting doctors, but sometimes you have to, and having nearly beat a child to death, I thought I should seek help, so I did. She was nice, but thought it best I have some talk therapy and maybe come back in a couple of weeks. I could tell it was really […]

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My travels with anxiety

When you work hard, you can sometimes find that your life is a rollercoaster of emotions. You’re dealing constantly with people who have an agenda, and so you’re handling their emotions, too. It can be very distressing for you, your family and everyone around you when these emotions explode. And explode they did. One day […]

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A walk in the park

Sleep – 6 hours 23 minutes. I decided to go a walk in the park today. Apparently walking is good, walking in trees is better. Something to do with connecting with nature and understanding how life continues without us, in fact, in spite of us. Life is more than just our petty worries. Whatever happens […]

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