Lost Building Motivation

I’m in such a rush! I have to get to the hardware store in fifteen minutes before it closes or I won’t be able to fix the wonky legs on my kitchen table. The legs have been annoying me for such a long time, but I kept putting off going to the hardware store. I’ve always been a serial procrastinator, but now that I’ve got a wave of motivation, I absolutely MUST get to the hardware store driving distance from Hampton in time!

I’m a six-minute drive from Hampton, which works in my favour. I’ll probably have to speed a bit to get there and park before the hardware store closes, but without a doubt, once I’m in there, they won’t close while I’m still shopping. That’s the beauty of being a customer… the customer is always right. I do feel a bit bad that I’m going to be delaying someone getting home, but I rarely have bursts of motivation, so I have to jump on this while I can. 

Actually, the feeling has passed. In the time that I got up off my chair and went to my bedroom to put my shoes on, I had already lost motivation. I’ve just sat down on my bed and I doubt I’ll get up any time soon. Things just feel a bit hopeless now, if I’m being honest. I don’t have the energy that I did the other day. Things just come and go so quickly. I don’t even have the energy to finish this blog post anymore. 

It’s kind of bizarre to think that ten minutes ago I was going to drive to Cheltenham, buy timber and come home and fix the legs of my table, and now I can’t get off my bed. Anyway, I can’t really be bothered with this blog post anymore. I think I might just go to bed and finish the rest off later. Hopefully, I feel better in the morning.

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