Sunday. I’m ?% overwhelmed most of the time. Waking up to a toddler loudly whinging because it’s not dark anymore and her hot cocoa is too hot and she wants to get dressed but not that one while simultaneously needing to pee and pour my first cuppa and take the dog out. Overwhelm. Trying to Carry on!
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Even if you’re not a writer, I highly recommend that you take some time away from your family and experience a weekend to rediscover yourself. I took my self-care weekend as a writing retreat and here’s what I learned.
6:00 Eyes pop open and brain sizzles. Realize that the two-year-old is still asleep and you don’t have a headache, for the first time in two or three weeks. Try to go back to sleep but your brain is on now and you can’t. Try to get out of bed. Lay there. Your neck and Carry on!