It's 6:30. Time to get started. All over again. Wake your body up, walk to the bathroom, wash your face, you can do this. Brush your teeth, look in the mirror. Tell yourself: it's another day, it's another day, I got this.
Workout, go to class, go to work, talk to your classmates, talk to your friends, talk in class, participate, look at your work, make sure you're on top of your job, eat, make sure you eat Mike.
Oh and eat healthy.
Meal prep. Find time to make enough meals for the week, find time to go grocery shopping, find time to cook, to clean, to organize, to prioritize, to sleep.
Oh I hope I get enough sleep tonight, I really do.
Working all day long. Workout, schoolwork, work at work.
You should be tired?
But wait, the insomnia kicks in, the stress hits, the anxiety spreads. Please don't spread. I really would like to get a goodnight sleep. What about the melatonin, what about working out? A remedy to an indescribable annoyance.
It mocks you over and over again telling you that you're crazy, that you're not good enough. The sleepless night laughs in my face like it's some sad joke or rather a satire. Insecurity.
We all have insecurities.
Not smart enough, not talented enough, not strong enough, not fast enough, not good enough. Again, not good enough. Insecurity will slowly sneak up and hit you. Streamline into your skin and make you think you can't.
Don't worry. Breathe. You can. You will. Don't listen. Listen. Listen to yourself. It's okay. Smile. You can smile.
You're not like the rest.
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