Saturday Blog 30072022

Saturday Blog 30072022

I’ve had a tiring day. I wanted to do some laundry and I have yet to do it. My bladder still hurts, now without a full bladder so I don’t know what to make of it. Ibuprofen isn’t helping it. I’ve also had a headache most of the day which hasn’t helped my mood.

I’ve been in my room for the most part. I had two cups of coffee today, not that it has helped my tiredness. I got some sleep so I don’t know why I am so tired. I know I got up around 5 to pee and then I had a bowl of cereal because I was hungry. I fell back to sleep soon as I came back up to my room. I really haven’t eaten much today. I had a smoothie for lunch. I haven’t had dinner yet. I don’t know if I want a bowl of cereal or mac and cheese. I got to take my meds soon but I can’t take them on an empty stomach or I will get sick. The Latuda needs to have some food in my stomach or it makes me nauseous.

I haven’t read my book today. I did a google search to try and find the cognitive therapy book I am looking for and my search found that I had bought it in 2015! I need to make a database of my clinical books so I don’t buy duplicates. I’ll do that one of these days when I feel really bored. Excel can be tricky to work with. Trouble is, the books that are in the basement, I won’t know what they are and everything is so stacked, I can’t move them by myself. I just hope they don’t get mold or ruined otherwise because they are in the basement.

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  1. Taking an inventory of your books that are clinical books is a good idea. I use audible for most of mine, and audible keeps your books in your library once you’ve bought them. X

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