The Low Days

I’m taking it one day at a time. Even though I wake up every morning not sure what day it is. The weekends blend into the week days. I work at all hours just to feel productive. But I also get a lot of time to catch up on hobbies, working out, trying new recipes.

But sometimes, just every once in a while, I get a really low day. A day where I’m so bored but I don’t want to do anything. A day where just nothing seems appealing. You could offer me 1000 things to do, but in this quarantine period I feel like I’ve already done them all 100 times.

I’m a homebody, but this has been a lot of home time. And on those low days there’s just no getting out of it. Sometimes you just have to feel it all at once. The depression of what’s going on in the world, the uncertainty of future plans, the monotony of not being able to go anywhere.

I spend a lot of time and energy not feeling it. But on the days I do feel it, the really low days, man is it hard.

9 thoughts on “The Low Days

  1. Tough times for so many people all over the world. Endless days of doing not very much where every task just feels as if you’ve done it a thousand times before and you lose enthusiasm for anything new. Just need to keep going and remember things will get back to normal soon.

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