I’ve been in an odd mood all day today. I think maybe it has to do with the fact that I’m exhausted… an early start on Monday plus a couple of bad night’s sleep are the culprits. So nothing has changed in the new year then. My train home was delayed, then as soon as I arrived back in Karlsruhe I went into town to transfer some money and do the shopping. By the time I got home all I could do was put the shopping away and make tea (which is now eaten). Only 11 days into the new year and I already feel like my entire life consists of nothing but work and what would be called chores if I wasn’t all growed up (I spent most of the weekend doing housework!). It’s like ground hog day, except that my version is at least broken up by weeknds. Perhaps I’m living a ground hog week instead? Except that in my version time actually progresses, it’s just me that’s stuck in a loop. I think I need a new hobby. Something productive that will make me feel like I’m actually doing something – but nothing that feels too much like work. Ideas anyone?
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Sleep. That’s going to be my new hobby, I think: I enjoy it, it’s fun and easy to do, and I never get to do it enough. Yes, sleep.
“Something productive that will make me feel like I’m actually doing something”
Do you like to cook? I’ve been enjoying creating new filling meals. Could be a new hobby for you too!
P.S. Germany celebrates Groundhog Day? I didn’t know that! 🙂
pinklea – sleep sounds like a great idea. Maybe I should just hibernate til Spring!
Pauline – I do like to cook! I already make all our meals though, and I experiment a LOT. By the way, they don’t celebrate Groundhog Day here – I was just talking about the film.