Welcome to the first of February. The beginning of the dull part of winter here in the great white north. I’m sure it’s pretty boring where you are too. If it isn’t, I don’t want to hear about it.
While this post is a sort of tongue in cheek look at ways to keep busy, there is in fact, merit in what I’m saying. We can get through February without getting cabin fever, without going stir crazy or shack-wacky as it is sometimes referred to here in the back country. Yes, I live in a small city, but I live out in the burbs, I call that the back country.
And since I can’t really tell what kind of things you’d be into, this list is a bit personal. Not personal in an “Eeeew, TMI!” kind of way, just personal in a “Yep, that’s Kelly.” kind of way. I offer the bullet points as items, but read the descriptions, there will be a more generalized idea of what to do there.
And now, enough preamble, let’s have a look at that list. I put it in a pile somewhere … oh, here it is.
If any of these things don’t seem to fit in with your particular situation, don’t worry. Just make changes so that they will fit, or substitute your own activities.
You might, for instance, wax your surfboard instead of repairing your canoe or polish your dune buggy instead of cleaning your motorcycle. You may prefer listening to music or watching movies over reading books.
Pick your own seven and let yourself fly through February, blah free.
The point is, there is no reason for anyone with ADHD to have the February blahs. After all, we are exciting, adventurous people with many irons in the fire. Pick your own seven and let yourself fly through February, blah free.
February is a short month, and with our poor sense of time, though it may well seem to drag while we’re in it, once it’s gone we’ll think it flew by. Wasn’t it autumn just last week?
This post currently has
You can read the comments or leave your own thoughts.
No trackbacks yet to this post.
Last reviewed: 1 Feb 2013