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Stress, Stress and More Stress

Stress, Stress and More Stress

I have so much to do this week and it is driving me crazy. 

I need to practice for my upcoming theory test, record two videos for my Think Ahead application, take part in Blurt Alerts Charity event at Manchester Trafford Centre, finalise some more Blogtober posts, overtime in work, write something for the next writers group, sort out my little brothers birthday present, sort out my prescription (which has been an absolute nightmare already!) and so much more!

I love what I do and I know that a lot of the things on my list are super important and will be worth doing! But I am drained right now. I am really feeling it. I hope to film my two application videos today if nothing else, and then I am looking forward to going to a local quiz night with friends later in the evening to just wind down and relax. Then tomorrow is a new day and I can hit the theory test revision again and get some more writing done during the day, before heading to the Trafford Centre in the evening!

I feel as though I have a fairly decent plan arranged, which takes a little bit of pressure off of me… but I am super worried that I am missing something, or that my video recordings will not be good enough, or that I will mess up the charity event tomorrow! Ugh, why can anxiety be so exhausting? This is the last thing I need right now. I have things to do and places to be, but my anxiety is constantly dragging me down lately!

Hoping tomorrow will be a better and more productive day.

Trying to stay as positive as possible.

 

Depression Fact File

We all feel sad and down from time to time but that does mean that we are depressed. However, if you feel persistently sad for weeks or maybe even months, there is a possibility that you may be suffering from depression. Sadness is not the only symptom that is associated with depression, there is a range of psychological, physical and social symptoms to be aware of too.

 

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