Evening Sluggishness

When you’re too tired to get ready for bed so you delay going to bed due to the fact that it’s too much work to wash your face and moisturize, brush and floss your teeth, do your contact lenses stuff… so you just bum around for a long time on top of your MADE bed (you’re not actually under the covers; you’re just essentially using your bed as a couch or lounge spot), and your eyes get more and more droopy… You tried chugging down a cup of jasmine tea to see if the caffeine would energize you to make it through the rest of the evening. You also took your antidepressant medication with the tea to give you an extra boost. But alas, you cannot deny the fact that you just need to sleep but you can’t not brush your teeth before sleeping… the struggle is so real…

But somehow the idea of writing a blog post about your evening sluggishness doesn’t seem as intimidating because you can use your phone to do it and only one finger to type (your thumb), and you can complete the entire activity horizontally on your bed.

Yes, I am talking about myself. So tired I don’t know how I will ever get myself to the bathroom to do my evening routine things. Ahhhh I need help…


Author: Amy

Amy Lo is a millennial who loves all things personal development and is always trying to improve the quality of her life in the context of battling her clinical depression.

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