just so you know, you only have a finite amount of energy. part of growing up is learning how much you have and what to do with it. mine is really low and it’s hard to funnel properly, i do this unevenly in terms of habit, but gradually have been siphoning it more and more correctly. it’s okay to have low energy, as long as you accept this. anything that isn’t channeled into creativity or self-sustainability is wasted. but being aware of how to sustain yourself means being aware of how much time it takes you to adjust to changes. anxious people take a lot more time to adjust. sometimes the fear of how much time it takes to adjust to change is what leads anxious people into stagnation. self-sustainability isn’t stagnation, it’s being aware of what and how much time it takes to sustain yourself and accommodate changes. if you become self-aware of how to sustain yourself and how much energy you have then you can funnel that energy more sustainably, use free time more constructively and take less time to recharge over time. peace and blessings, always stay hydrated.
ive watched 6 seasons of the office in like 3 days and ive gotten light drunk almost every day since thanksgiving and ive transferred all meaningful feelings onto cartoons and i dont think about the future even for a second
its that easy
i think i can manage this
i did this once with parks and rec and another time with it’s always sunny. marathoning that kind of tv works really well for some reason