Have I forgotten how to blog?

Possibly.

Is that a plausible excuse? I don’t know.

Lately I have been feeling the urge to cocoon myself up in my own little world even more than I already do. I think I’m just sad because March was the month of both my grandmother’s birthdays, followed up with the beginning of April with my Dad’s.

At the same time, I’ve been unusually stressed and I haven’t been sleeping well. And the stress. Have I mentioned the stress? It is certainly taking its toll. Yoshi says I’m crazy but I see lines on my face that weren’t there a little while ago. Maybe I just need to remember moisturize everyday.

I went to visit a doctor I hadn’t seen in about a year and a half and he said the thought the stress was really affecting my health negative ways. He says I really should look into getting a life coach and re-prioritizing my life a bit. That’s a great idea in theory, but I don’t know who I would trust to let into my crazy life.

But I don’t have time for the things I love… and barely enough time to see the people I love, like my Mom. This has got to change.

But how? (If anyone has had experience or has recommendations for a life coach, please contact me privately)

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3 Responses to “Have I forgotten how to blog?”



  • I’d recommend some zazen if you ever have the chance… I find that it helps relieve stress, in those rare instances when I get around to doing it.


  • you have not forgotten how to blog. you’ve just taken a blogcation. it’s okay to take a break from it.

    i used to take zazen classes downtown when i was small. except i had no idea what it was about.


  • This is kind of late, but I find that exercise, particularly a run or walk is, a good way to clear one’s mind and get away from the rat race. I make sure that the phone is away where I can’t hear it – it’s my time and my time alone. A nice quiet hike is another favorite of mine. I find it helpful to schedule these into my calendar.

    Best of luck with the stress. I know how bad it can be – but priority and scheduling wise – you have to put yourself first.

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