This week I found a post on the social media platforms for the Hiki app, an online dating and friendship app for the autism community. This topic was requested by one of their users because they too struggle with boundaries. Boundaries can be difficult to define and build, but once you do, you will feel better physically and mentally.
Since the last chapter in my life and moving in the current one, I have been using technology as a way to model behaviors and tasks in order for me to progress to the next one. At 35, I can actually feel progress, my life is becomming more organized and I feel much better about myself and the future ahead.
Today was yet another rough day, but I managed to get through it well enough not to make it a noticeable one. I was burnt out by the hour and a half fan ride to Clubhouse, dealing with the morning festivities there, then 5 hours of work, back to Clubhouse for a meeting and then … Continue reading A Journal Entry: Burnout Is Real
He affirmed that every word of that was true and he too has his own faults and that he'd work on not being so harsh on me. It, for a moment made me happy and positive
Sometimnes, you don't realize that you have been through so many changes that sometimes you need to let them sink in and adapt to them. It may be to the point that it may be a lot for me and I may not realize that its overwhelming.
Yesterday was my first day back to work at my physical site in 3 months, 2 weeks and 5 days.
To do anything anymore that isn't "normal" for me causes burnout! Today, I went to the a large farm store, dollar store and the store. The first two places involved a great deal of walking, which this for the second week has become difficult for me because of the pandemic and being home more.
Last Night, I decided to spotlight a writing from my Journal and expand on it as it was my 35th Birthday yesterday