Gotta love WordPress. Gotta love the blogosphere. Gotta love the Web. Here I’ve been loping along all morning — got some necessary chores done this morning and met up with some friends around noon, then came back kind of tuckered out. I’ve been kind of blah for the past several weeks — I’ve been getting some exercise, but I haven’t been feeling as rejuvenated as I’d like. Lots of tired, a little bit of rejuvenated. Rest and recovery is important.
So, anyway, today I’ve been more focused on chores and work than working out. I’m feeling down because I’ve been gaining weight and can’t seem to get it off. I’m feeling down because I’m planning on leaving my job in a few months, and the excitement is a bit of a roller-coaster that wears me out. And I’m feeling down… well, because I just don’t have that mental spark I’d like to have.
I sat down at my computer intending to write up a blog post about something relating to my life, but I couldn’t find any thoughts that grabbed me. So, I went over to the WordPress area on the “brain injury” tag, and I came across this video and blog post:
Right on. It got my adrenaline pumping and got me thinking, and now I’ve put on my workout gear and am going to head out for some exercise. This is important. This is good. And it will get me out of my head and get me prepped for the nap I need to take in another hour or so.
You know I love all my readers, but this afternoon I’ve got to get away from the computer, and just move. This afternoon is for me. So, I’ll talk to you later – and while you’re at it, I recommend you get up from in front of your computer or i-whatever and get moving, too.
It’s good for what ails you, including self-absorbed self-pity and other forms of general lumpishness.