I suppose I can revert to my imagination to achieve a better day. Right now, I am just feeling tense from my work environment. I guess what gets me through the day is counting down the hours once I get here and trying to focus my mind on something higher.
I know my boss appreciates me, but it's very stressful here with a disgruntled worker sitting not very far away.
this person is just a very bitter individual, likes to whine and complain, never likes to even think it has anything to do with her attitude.
some people, like her, are thick skulled; she will always try to place blame on everyone else rather than see how her own poor attitude contributed to her surroundings.
i wish...i use my imagination to ruin everything...
Absolutely! I experimented with positive thinking a few years ago. I wanted to prove it doesn't work. I learn a lot from the things I fight, especially the fights I lose. Before I get out of bed, I ask myself what kind of day to I want to FEEL. Often I just want to have a "wonderful" day and sometimes I'll define what that might feel like. Some may call it prayer, but I call it thinking like a god. I do have some of "those" days, but they are far fewer than before my experiment and now new habit.
I spend a good portion of it in my imagination.
I work in an Aged Care Home. If you can't bring them back to reality you have to get in theirs. I should get an Oscar for some of the things I have been. A lost boyfriend, A son, A war mate, A TV presenter. Someone's mother...
it's the only thing that does
Yes. I've a bad habit of zonked out.
True. I use the night for sleeping, adn don't want it disturbed with dreams. However, my days can be interrupted by dreams at any minute.
Almost constantly. I live in my head for the better part of the day. It's quite entertaining.
It's what made me try my hand at writing. There isn't enough ink or paper in the world to capture it all though.
i at got time for that