Ack, too much input!

Oh, this is too much input for my fragile self! Haha! All I can do is try to laugh it off and push forward. 😀 I've been going back to tried and true techniques, like watching inspirational music videos.

Bring me out
Come and find me in the dark now
Everyday by myself I'm breaking down
I don't wanna fight alone anymore
Bring me out
From the prison of my own pride
My God I need a hope I can't deny
In the end I'm realizing
I was never meant to fight on my own
― verse from On My Own by Ashes Remain


  1. "watching inspirational music videos"

    How about listening to a different music genre?
    Music can certainly change your mood and emotions, you're aware of this too, right?

    What I'm telling is, listen to music that is calm and soothing unlike Dies Irae by Mozart that is so intense you feel power surging through your veins, not really, I'm just doing an exaggeration but still, you get the point.

    1. Hmmm, I use to listen to calm and soothing music, like classical and such, when I was younger. For some reason I started to dislike it. I always think it will just put me to sleep right away and I don't want that. Haha. 😀 But perhaps it would be worth testing out sometime. I do have a separate playlist I call Moody that's slower, emotional songs. But I can see about classical. In particular, I liked Pachelbel's Canon. Thanks for the suggestion!


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