Month: August 2018

Day 78 – Little lows

Not sure what’s brought it on: could be the change in the weather (although I wouldn’t usually expect a mood change for a couple of months yet).

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Notes in relevant places

Unfortunately, I often forget to look in the place I’ve written things down (be this trello, my notebook, my hand, whatever…), so I’ve taken to adding extra notes in the places where they are needed.

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Day 76 – Keep it up

A summary of the last few days is ‘work, pay attention to dog, clean, sleep’. There’s genuinely nothing more exciting to share with you in terms of actual events.

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Day 70 – Sleepy and stressy

She’s clearly got some separation anxiety after all – it just didn’t manifest in the first few days. She’s torn up the carpet by the door to the point that I probably can’t fix it with glue. We are both on a very steep learning curve.

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Day 69 – Chain reaction

I manage not to burst into tears as I scrub one area of carpet and catch Luna soiling another. It’s like an awful chain reaction. Neither I nor the pup are happy animals tonight.

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Recent posts


I find it very hard to get it through my head that, no, I won’t “finish this bit off tomorrow”. I’ve always had a bit of an issue coming to terms with things ending. This might be the longest thing that I have ended.

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The Year of Calm

If I try to identify a thread that runs through the negative areas of my life – lateness, half-finished tasks, frustration – it is a lack of calm and clarity.

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