I haven't felt too hot the last couple of days, so I've been finding things that make me happy and trying to do them. Yesterday, I spent time with a friend of mine, Danny (who is actually Trey's best friend), and everything was fine until I got home and got dizzy. Turns out withdrawals from even anxiety medication are a real thing. Who knew? (Probably everyone, but that's beside the point.)
While I watched episodes of Most Popular Girls in School on YouTube to recoup, I glanced at my little corner of the room--my computer desk littered in pretty and fun things. It's nice to have a little corner to retreat to when you're not feeling so hot. For some people it's the bed, but I've been the type of person to feel a little weird just cooping up in a bedroom away from everything--probably because I learned in college that I hated being cooped up in my dorm for too long.
The best part about my little corner of the world is that should I start to feel a little better, there are plenty of things here that can spark inspiration for me--reasons to write, draw or just go out and see things. And if not, it's nice to have the computer and an external hard drive full of things to do.
***Yesterday marked our first month being married, so that's cool. I just hate that I felt so off.***