Little by little, coming back to life
Music is starting to make my body move again. My heart is responding, and my desire to move is returning. I have more enegy as predicted by my neurospychologist with my ADD medication, and it’s just a matter of time for my joie de vivre to be fully restored. Also, the increase in day light will help getting me going.
I’m adapting well to my new ADD meds. No more weird feelings, and no more loss of appetite. Sleep though is more difficult. I’m strategizing to set a 5 am early alarm, take my pill, go back to sleep, and wake up when it’s fully in action. This way I’ll have energy right from the start of the day, and will be less affected in the evening. This will help set my sleep cycle, and hopefully gain an undivided night.
Regardless of the absurdly cold weather, I made it to school for a 3 hours study bloc. It’s less than what I wanted, but last night’s sleep was intermittent which left me dragging my feet in the morning. Hopefully my new plan is going to help start the day on time no matter what. As much as I was in a good mood, I did notice my thoughts being somewhat erratic, and I was a bit more scattered. But it’s very little compared to my none medicated state at the end of the Summer. Thank goodness.
My first math assignment is done, chemistry is on the way, and motivation is by my side. On thing I lookforward to once my energy is better contro is back to go places, mingle, and move. I can’t wait to take dance lessons when the pandemic is undercontrol. All in good time, patience, and baby steps.
P.S. I spent most of yesterday’s blog rambling about my non-attraction for my chemistry teacher, and made a poor presentation of my case. In retrospect, I can now say it was a satisfying intellectual connection with a fellow nerd. I’m not attracted to my chemistry teacher even if intelligence is attractive. Voilà! Much better said.