Are you tired of overthinking overthinking? Constantly in the mind frame of thinking about overthinking. Telling yourself all is fine, and actually knowing that is around you is great. You are content. The people you spend time with and surround yourself with is at its best. But still manage to get inside your own head.
I am at that moment in life right now. As I look around me and think what I have, who I hold and what I do- I semi smile. I feel content and happy with the possibility of actually, for once in my life, seeing a future.
Everything is dandy. Everything is going to fall into place.
Then BOOM, your mind takes over. Isn’t it a shame you sometimes aren’t your minds friend, but your gut, well your gut and you are best friends.
I always talk about and promote the fact of having coping mechanisms in place to achieve a good, positive mindset and to know just how to slip in and out of your own, self made coping mechanisms. But sometimes our own advice goes unseen when we are in z situation.
I suppose what this all boils down to is the ability to be able to take five minutes out. Some “You time” to reflect, to heel and just to be alone with yourself and your thoughts and be ok with that.
I love my own company and am very content with being on my own when and if needed. But to take time out to even watch a film, read a book or just sit in the shed to do nothing but listen to the rain can sometimes be a struggle. A struggle to find a liking for a certain thing that will most certainly, if done correctly, tick every single box in “You Time” and have you feeling ever so amazing after.
This is what I struggle to do. To focus on things. To take things in and to enjoy something that will cleanse the mind.
I think sometimes all we need is time away. By yourself, with a significant other or friends and family. Time to have away from the normal routine you do daily. And can get very tedious and repetitive.
I have several books that I have started and had a sheer love for, getting into the story line, getting to know the characters and struggling to put the book down whilst wanting to instantly go back to the book to continue. I miss that feeling. Do you?
I see, as I write this that I am somewhat contradicting what I have said and have really enjoyed writing this. To let the words flow. To feel the keys under your fingers. (Actually the screen under my fingers) I miss a keyboard. The old school keyboards. The big retro ass keyboards. Tap, tap, tap.
How beautiful is this beast? Amazing, right?
Right guys, thank you for reading. I am off, I have just found a website with “things that will take you back to the 90‘s) and I am about to indulge into that.
Oh, something to get into. Maybe the times are changing already for me. Heheh.
Take care, you beautiful lot. T X