Perfectionism

Sleeping by Nietzsche

Banjaxed, tired high and wrecked. That’s how yesterday unfolded. After being up till 3.30am writing, I managed to sleep only 3h.

I was unable to sleep, and as a result, I was going over the things I still needed to do before Saturday’s National MS Day in Galway.

One of the topics of the day will be a panel discussion on being ‘active and interactive’ when living with MS and as always, it seems to turn into a college-type project.

Perfectionist?

Absolutely.

But no time for feeling sorry for myself, the clock is ticking louder and louder. I’ve never been part of a panel before so I hope I’ve spent enough time preparing. I still have tomorrow to try and remember everything I’ve written down. Not an easy task if I can’t even remember what I did yesterday (cognitive issues in MS… not a joke at all!)

I will therefore not be able to blog much between tonight and Sunday as I have travel approximately 210km (130 miles) west, to the lovely county Galway for the meeting (can you tell I am jumping up and down because I’m so excited?)

Needlessly, I will blog about it when I get back! (Already looking forward to writing it!)

Blog first. Sleep later!


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