Sometimes and uneventful day is a nice day, meant nothing bad happened.>bit worried about my studies, I think I've been neglecting them a lot lately.
I get that feeling buddy, try to focus a little bit more on them so nothing bad happens.>How has your day been?
My day was comfy,stayed in bed most of the day and enjoyed myself.
I mean it was great ^_^ gotta pretend to be happy on this board, right? that's this whole site's thing
Oh no what happened sushi roll? You okay?>>4989
I'm doing good yourself?
Wow you managed to be even more insufferable by pretending not to be insufferable.
i haven't slept all night!
after getting breakfast I'm gonna sleep all day ^-^
Time dubs lole>>4998
Ouch! Get some rest buddy, hope you don't stay up again any time soon.
>>5002>It has been so-so. I headed home after class and felt absolutely awful
sorry to hear man.>but ran into friends on my way to get dinner. Ended up having a nice conversation and feel a lot better now! It reminds me that it doesn't take much to get out of small emotional ruts.
Glad to hear man.>I hope you're all doing well during this low point of the year!
thanks man i'm doing well and just trying not to get sick.
I really hate getting into those ruts, when I used to live with my family and I would drive home after class I would just sit in the drive way in my car for an hour because I couldn't move
Gf asked me 'where is our relationship going?' in bed this morning. A few hours later, I was in town, doing grocery shopping. After a moderately cold and grey week, today was beautiful: mild and sunny, with blobs of blue in the sky. I stopped in the middle of a bridge in the city centre and stared out over the gleaming river for a few minutes; a busker was playing calm and gentle guitar music not too far away. Not to say I was particularly depressed before, but that moment was the happiest I have been in a while.
What's going on with your sister, sushi roll?
A mix of frustrating and lonely. I have a lot of free time to myself since I lack friends, so a good portion of my time is dedicated to my hobbies.
It's just that I can't seem to make anything work. I don't have any successes to show for all my failures, and it's wearing me down…
My wristwatch has stopped.
But I'm not dead yet.
She's going through the loss of her best friend. He was my friend too, so it's been rough on me. We had some beers and talked about it tonight, and I think we're doing better.
Surely you can find out who she is?
"Here's my number, but I don't use such electronic money sharing services. Let's just grab a coffee sometime."
Don't worry, I wouldn't come with that response too.
>>5338>I told her I didn't use such electronic money sharing services.
Oh sushi roll. I hope you manage to find round 2.
Over time i found a lot of things that could be of interest, mostly potential hobbies or skillsets, but never acted to find out if they are or not. These last few days i tried them all through books, the absolute majority didn't charm me but in the end i made a list with 11 (of which 7 are closely related) objectives to work on.
It is good to finallly have defined objectives and a 'map' to guide me, so i'm happy BUT i don't encourage anyone to use this marathoning method; it is mentally tiring, you have all those things you could like and find out one by one why they aren't for you.
I highly reccomend anyone to act on their potential interest as soon you can.>>5338
Very relatable. Live and learn sushi, live and learn.>>5339
My best wishes to both of you.>>5289
I can't tell if the reason for your frustration is related to those hobbies but maybe this helps:https://www.nytimes.com/2018/05/10/smarter-living/the-case-for-hobbies-ideas.html
wow! i'm lurking on the college computers.
just be aware that college computers usually have monitoring software installed so whatever sites you visit will be known by the IT department
yea and we dont want no nerds here!
cool kids only
my day's been pretty shitty, not gonna lie. i feel trapped in this town. i'm moving soon but these past few months have been hell. guess all i can do is sit around and wait for the day to come. everything just feels really overwhelming though. on a side note, i haven't had a cigarette in three days, which is kind of cool i guess. comfy things make me feel a bit better. listening to music right now, the line "times is hard, but i know things gonna get better" really resonates with me lately.>>5373
we all have times where it seems like every possible thing that can go wrong, is going wrong. i'm sorry, i know how frustrating those times are. i really hope things start to look up for you!
Can relate. I'm also from a shitty town. Fortunately, I'm living in a big city now, cause I'm at uni. The fuckers of my old town lives really close to me so that still sucks, but at least I managed to make some friends. Good luck sushi roll.>>5373
I'm sorry to hear that sushi roll. Have you tried talking to your family about it?
Good, spent most of it finishing homework and eating pizza. I was suppose to meet my supervisor for a new job I'm starting tomorrow but I decided I'd just meet them earlier in the day tomorrow since my first shift is later in the day anyways.
over the past few weeks been more and more tired than usual. staying awake is a chore like no tomorrow. I've got a lot of work to do and can't afford to be tired and slack. >>5422
good luck sushi, wish you all the best
I bought an electric foot massager and it feels great! Later, I might splurge on a massage chair pad to put on my desk chair.
I feel like this will help me get through the day more. Now, when I get home in the evening, I can look forward to relaxing with a massage.
Got back from the ER for a shoulder problem. All good for now but been a hectic day. While I was in the waiting room I saw someone get taken down by cops after they were ranting on the phone about going off of meds and yelling. Interesting day
thats a pretty cool idea, I wanna hear it
Fine so far.
Here in the British Isles, we've been having horrible weather. It has rained almost constantly for over two days now. It's June, for Christ's sake! Anyway, the winds have also been howling through the night and they blew down a few trees in my garden. Luckily, the house was not damaged, but the boughs are pressing up against my window. On the one hand, this blocks a lot of light, so I have to have my lamp on all day. On the other hand, it looks cool. As if I'm living in a tiny botanist-hermit's hut, tucked away in a massive greenhouse.
Pics related, excuse the cameraphone quality.