MOOD: I’ll work from my bed, my desk, my floor, my couch. I’ll eat meals at a normal time, not at all, too often.

Every day for the past month I’ve told myself I’m going to follow this new routine I planned out. All written down and organized.

Day after day, I fail. “FAIL”

I don’t follow the routine. My new routine that I’ve never done before. The one that seemed possible, but every day somehow seems IMpossible.

Sometimes I’m too tired to leave bed. I’m too lazy to sit in a chair. I’m too sad to make videos or too anxious to even do anything.

For a while I was having a hard time adjusting.

I’ve realized and have decided to be at peace with the fact that my new routine is no routine.

I’ll work from my bed, my desk, my floor, my couch. I’ll eat meals at a normal time, not at all, too often. I’ll answer calls and emails when I want, when I can mentally deal and prepare to take action from them. I’ll have two laptops not because I’m “trying too hard,” but because the multi-tasking keeps me sane.

We’re all adjusting to a new normal, but every day things are changing around us. I’ve learned to stop trying to control the adjustment, and just accept that this is life. Life is about learning how to adapt to things out of your control, but still remaining as ‘you’ as you can. Adjustment Routine NewNormal

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