I wanted to write about a quantum physics experiment that I love very much, I first read about it years ago but only saw it demonstrated on tv this year. Many thanks to Horizon for that. Unfortunately though I’m in the process of moving house and have therefore packed all things I don’t necessarily require and have therefore packed all my books away. Including all my physics books, so in short (doesn’t feel that short does it?) I don’t have the technical documents available to feel confident to write about it. You’ll be pleased to know.
Instead I shall write about something I do know. Stress. It’s reckoned that moving house is one of the most stressful things in life. Marriage and divorce being up there as well. Although I’d consider my occupation to be fairly high pressure in the scheme of things. So I’m not going to get married just yet, there’s the cost which can’t quite be afforded at the moment, but there’s also my health to think about.
Stress can hit us all in different ways. I like to think I handle stress pretty well, don’t we all? I’ve been struggling though, so what can I do about it? I could start working out again, great stress relief everyone claims, but it’s hard to work out when you’re feeling down. Eating healthily and keeping hydrated is another, this doesn’t bother me so much though. I don’t have a sweet tooth so that’s not a problem.
What else can I do then? I can try to ignore the stress and just enjoy life. That would be the perfect thing to do I believe. But I have a family to care for and worry about, so it’s not quite so easy to just ignore the issues that may or may not rear their ugly head in my path through life. I do try to enjoy myself when I can though. In fact, I may have a go on my PS3 this evening. Shoot some people on COD, great stress relief. How long does it last for though? Till Monday? I need something more permanent.
As you can probably tell this is quite a disorganized ramble. This is what stress is doing to me, it’s all around me all the time and affecting most parts of my life. I’m normally so chilled it’s hard for some people to believe I’m suffering with stress.
Oh well, I guess I’ll crack on with my gaming this evening for an hour. Maybe have a glass of wine. Just chill out for a while. Hope I may win the lottery (of course money doesn’t make one happy but it can help reduce the stress). If anyone has any ideas to share on how to get myself back on track please comment.