Brain Fog

My brain has been in a fog.  I've been struggling to feel motivated or passionate about any of the things that normally provide me with enthusiasm.  Normally it's part of the cycle, but this time the lull has felt interminable.  I'm still working.  I'm always working, it's just that the work doesn't feel satisfying. 

I have slight ADD, and any disruption from routine can take weeks or even months to undo.  I'm trying to get back on track but I'm struggling.  My sleep cycle has been fucked up, my time management out the window, which for the writing process is kind of a death knell.  I just have to get motivated to change it.  The things that distract me are so pleasurable, you know?

I have to get disciplined again, and I don't want to.  I feel like I'm flailing, anchorless, untethered.  I know I'll come around but this is the listless part of the process that I hate.  It has to do with transition, with priorities.  With lack of priorities.  With a lack of a plan.  Exhale.  Everything is going to be fine.  It'll come together.  I know it will.  Okay.  I'm gonna go nap.  Naps feel good right now. 

This week on OBSERVATIONS with Sovereign Syre I talk with stand up Tamer Kittan.  We talk about changing your life later in life.  Dad stuff.  Cancer stuff.  The major stuff.  The intro still has a few #electionfeelings, but I'm just about through them. 

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