I’m beginning to think that when I’m not reading and writing, I’m not at my best. I’m not sure which is the chicken and which is the egg, but yet again, I’m going to try to write and read – READ ANYTHING – more and specifically, daily.

What do you know you need to do to be at your best? I also know I need to get back into a fixed fitness schedule, no matter what activity I do during those times. I sleep better, I feel better, my body just IS BETTER when I’m exercising 4-6 days a week.

Yes, I’m eating well enough, drinking enough water most days, and getting decent sleep. I’ve always needed less sleep than some, but I do still try to get 6-7 hours per night without fail.

What I am doing is binge-watching all kinds of things like never before. Currently, it’s Discovery of Witches, and I think that’s my next binge-read too. Do you binge-watch TV?

One thought on “Binge-watching

  1. alison says:

    I read a lot of news as well as not as many books as i would like, but then, my head injuries have made it a struggle to find words when speaking and I’m trying what I can to keep that part processing and healing. Washington Post, New York Times, the local paper. I want to know what’s going on in the world. (The Post has a lot more far-right writers with Bezo’s ownership but still a definite mix, and it’s always interesting to see how people from very different sides look at things.)

    On the other hand, I find it much easier to find the words while writing. Somehow the tactility of it makes it come through. As my neurologist once told me, head injuries are weird.




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