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Thursday, May 31, 2007
I finally figured it out
Or at least I think so. I have finally found the reason behind my constantly being tired. My mind is a mess. In each free moment that I get (read moments when my brain is not busy doing something), about a thousand thoughts go through my head. Plans, tasks, wondering, ideas, all of them rush into my each and every corner of mind and they are restless. Always running, going, coming, falling, getting up, having something to add, interrupting, starting a sentence and leaving it unfinished.

I seem unable to focus on any of these. So none of these thoughts craving for my attention is given what it needs. That's why they all wait patiently and rush yelling "me, me!" whenever they get the chance.

My solution? Find some time for soul-searching and some structured and ordered thinking. Put it all on paper if needed, find some aims, goals and come up with a huge to do list that I would actually complete as planned. Maybe afterwards I'll finally find my peace and rest, but really rest.

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posted by Alina @ 10:46 AM  
6 Comments:
  • At 5/31/2007 11:57 AM, Blogger Ryan said…

    Lots of luck with that, tell me if it works for you, as for me it didn't. So I first tried to bring down the panic level and now approaching them one by one (or two by two), in a round robin fashion, no optimizations ,no prioritization.

     
  • At 5/31/2007 1:14 PM, Blogger Alina said…

    Ok, I'll let you know. Does the fact that I've heard of round robin and I have an idea of what it means make me a geek? :P I am bound to end up by annoying you with such questions :P

     
  • At 6/01/2007 11:50 AM, Anonymous the olive ream said…

    You're spot on with your observation here. This is exactly what is needed. I'm facing the same problem - too many thoughts, worries and ideas all swerling around in my head at the same time.

    "I need to take leave of my senses, to get a moment's rest"

     
  • At 6/02/2007 12:46 AM, Blogger Rrramone said…

    Very observant of you. Have you ever tried to meditate? There is a great book called The Power of Now. You might get something from that.

    Here's to a good night's rest!

     
  • At 6/04/2007 2:40 PM, Anonymous Beatrice said…

    Hey, I have also a book to recommend you, it might really impress you, one of the best tiles from the "self-help" type of literature. It is called "Don't sweat the small stuff" and it is like my ultimate guide for me when I feel I am just failing or taking the wrong direction. ;)

     
  • At 6/04/2007 5:00 PM, Blogger Alina said…

    Omer, your quote fits what I was trying to describe perfectly!

    Rrramone, thanks for the book hint. I'll try to gind it aspa.

    Trisi, thanks. I am sure it's great book and I will make sure i stick my nose into it when i come visit you :P

     
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