Fatigue Rules the Day, But doesn’t Rule the Moment

 Fatigue wins the day. It is a day of great rejoicing after great work. More than tired. Not really exhausted. Fatigue is the sneaky subset of being emotionally and physically tired. 

Days like today are good excuses to not follow through on a project you dedicated yourself to. It partially worked on me. I’m getting my blog done, but my brain is so fatigued I can’t pick a subject. This is where dedication kicks in and I get in a chair and get it done. And you can too.

What are you dedicated to doing, but letting fatigue stop you from doing it? Push through, get it done. To the victor goes a comfortable bed.

Good night

By Laura

Laura S. Tarasoff is poet, writer, explorer, and believer in people. Laura lives on Whidbey Island, Washington. Whenever she can she walks the beach looking for agates, hoping for whale sightings, or takes on the splendor of the eagles and hawks filling the prairie sky. She enjoys a terrific burger, a rolling laugh, and getting to know people.Laura hopes that her words will bring hope and encouragement to get through the hardest parts of life.

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