"I'd rearranged the furnishings in there, I started doing more around the house. I did more of the grocery shopping, I went for longer walks. I didn't go to bed in the afternoon because I didn't think I needed to and, anyway, I didn't want to. I never HAD wanted to and now it seemed like I had a choice."
I love to read your articles as they always ring true for me. I was just telling my husband last week how much it sucks to lay in bed all afternoon thinking about all the things you want and need to do. The house is a wreck, laundry, shopping, dinner, wouldn't it be nice to go to the gym. I don't know if people understand this. They think we are depressed, tired, in a rut. For me, I rarely sleep during the day, unless I am in severe flare. I just lay there...thinking of all the things I would like to do.
You are miles ahead of me. I keep repeating the same story over and over again. I feel better......try to make my life what it was......crash....over and over again.