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Bogged down in paperwork and a news obsession

Monday, October 07, 2019


I've got a ton of little administrative things to do. It never ends. Plus, I left my wallet at the grocery store (thought it had been stolen), and started canceling cards. So, then a couple of autopay things got screwed. Yay (sarcasm).

I don't want to be political here (at least not today, lol). But every day, there is more news about this inanity! I'm riveted. And tired!

I long for the days when the biggest scandal was that a certain someone wore a tan suit. But here I sit, in front of the tv and computer, and get stressed out about it - and head to the fridge and the pantry - repeatedly. Ugh!

And there's still some weird plumbing going on, as we have standing water near one spigot. We can't figure out what's causing it. The meter isn't running when we have nothing on. I don't want to hire a plumber to investigate, as we'll just throw money at them, with no guarantee that they'll find anything more than we have.

So frustrating!

And so is my bingeing. I can't seem to stop. I eat until I'm overfull - nearly sick. I know that it is stress, but don't know how to change it. I don't eat in the mornings, which is saving me. I need more exercise, and a way to deal with the pile of things to do that is so daunting. I can't seem to face it, lol, and so it grows.

I'm not super upset like I was when we were having SERIOUS plumbing issues. But I'm still not able to make the kind of progress I want to be making.


Again, as always, not looking for advice... just venting. I do appreciate being able to do that here. I have to figure out my internal reasons for eating the way I am in order to change them.

Thanks for listening.
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