Yesterday I ignored health issues (It's been unusually bad lately) to bring mashed potatoes for a big Christmas feast for work, ate a bunch of food at my cushy office job, broke it off with a guy, learned that a young co-worker passed away, consoled a coworker who knew her well and listened to sad stories - after work returned said guys stuff to his job, went to buy supplies to decorate the office and get a present for secret santa, went home, considered doing chores and said "fuck it" and played video games.
Today I stayed home because of the health issues, so I'm doing chores and realizing I don't have anything to make a decent meal... and my car insurance company decided monthly payments is for hoes and just charged me $650 (I'm splitting it between these two months) leaving me next to no money.
Virtually nothing happened the last three months before this.
First, I had just gotten back some very rewarding international travels. I hailed my first Uber! I even escaped my crippling social anxiety since I did not understand Italian (The awkward look of confusion from a stranger trying to start a conversation remained, but at least I had a valid excuse).
Second, I had eaten multiple salads this week, so there is the whole "living healthy" achievement crossed off my list.
Third, I have kept my car clean for 2 weeks straight. As the great Ray Kroc once said "If you got time to lean, you got time to clean"
Forth, I have avoided alcohol for 2 weeks straight after realizing that I might have a problem... *Editor note... I am rewarding myself with a nice whiskey sour... or five
Fifth, I have encouraged myself NOT to hijack the conversation when a person is talking to me.