Splitting the Difference
I consider myself a sedentary critter. I also consider that this probably isn’t the best thing in the world. Mommachub aside, sitting is as sitting does – the more you stay put, the harder it is to move. Which is probably why, in part, I find it an effort to get myself moving when the option comes up.
Sound familiar? It probably is for a lot of us. *chuckles*
Still, it’s getting easier. As much as I prefer to be lazy and flopped out, it’s nice to get out and going, and it makes me (and presumably others) feel a bit more lively. Well, outside of the hay fever thing, but that’s unrelated. It’s still hard for me to process this, as I was pretty physically screwed energy-wise by probably endometriosis; having been pregnant reset that quite a bit. But when you’ve spent the majority of your life being kind of dead to the world, it’s a learning process. Add in being a proud introvert as well as a person with a tendency to get in too deep, and it’s no wonder that I’m hesitant to dive into activity. I don’t want to burn out my resources, even if they’re less limited than they used to be.
Now, if only I could find something local to do outside the home that suited me, eh? I figure if I keep thinking on it, something’ll come to mind. For now, back to getting my Sim on, and a bit of Dragon Warrior III; a friend got me on a hankering for it in the last couple of days. *grins*
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