it's strange how easy it is to fall into this mode of "nothingness" even though you're doing the right things.
I think I have observed this over and over again, but never realized why.
Funnily enough, today, I ended up listening to a podcast by Dr Julia Shaw (more like the soundtrack of a recording of a presentation she gave employees of my workplace) that reminded me why, in a simple line: "the heartbeat of your mind has been missing"
Life during the pandemic has (for me) actually been objectively better than pre-pandemic. Yes, I might be among the lucky few who can say that.
But it has also been more of a blur than any other time of my life. And it's probably because my mind has been missing its' heartbeat.
I've been too bored to shake things up, when there have been more opportunities than ever to do so.
Luckily for me, it's Friday evening, I have taken up a few new challenges (8000 steps a day for the month of June, 51 minutes of cycling or running a week to celebrate 51 years since the start of the "pride" movement), joined a book club with old friends I've been out of touch with, and hopefully, in a week or two, I'll be embarking on a new project.
Let's hope I can keep my mind active and beating, and keep changing things over the months and years to come!
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