Find the Balance

As most of us live busy live’s that involve more than just work and sleep we should be working towards finding the balance between everything that works for us individually. The introverted workaholics will need more of a work life with less social interaction, whereas the extroverts are going to need more social activities than work to meet there balance. The truth is that you are going to need to find the balance that works best for you and your needs.

Honest, more than anything else lately I have been nesting and writing my cold, black heart out. writing my book, hiding for the outside world just trying to regroup. I’m at a point where I really take it one day at a time. Some days I wake up and know that I need to get out and be social versus other days where I want to head for the hills and go be a hermit in the mountains for the rest of my life. Luckily I have the freedom to live each day as I need to at the moment, It has been extremely helpful in my stroke recovery.

To all the extroverts that need to be social and interact with people on a daily basis, I envy you. I wish I needed to interact with people daily to meet my social needs. It would be wonderful to be able to go out over twice a week and not be entirely exhausted and back to square one of needing to hermit for a couple of days.

I hope that in my lifetime that people learn to just do what is best for themselves and stop caring what-so-ever about what society or the general public thinks. You do you and I’ll do me, if you’re not doing anything to harm anything or anyone who cares.

 

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