Ever since I came back from my holiday in Spain, I’ve been feeling kinda down. I still enjoy doing things, but it is just the immense decrease of energy that has been bothering me. Of course I didn’t think that going to Spain would be the miracle cure to everything I’ve been dealing with lately. During my stay there though, I really thought that I’ve got my priorities straight again. I made plans, and was really motivated. I even started a new blogging series: Path Of Life. So how come all this good energy was gone after I got back home again?
I’m back home again
Missing the sunshine right now
When can I go back?
As I am writing this blog, my legs are killing me. Yesterday I walked 11 kilometers along the beach, and today I decided to walk to the city center of Torremolinos. Since I arrived in Spain, I walked a lot. I always like to take walks to clear my mind, but the walks are even better when I’m in different environment. I don’t know why. It just helps me with clearing my mind, looking inward, and figuring things out. I have a lot to think about lately, more than enough for 11 kilometer walks. I take a walk every morning and evening. Even though it is not my intention to make mental health walks out of them, they are slowly becoming something like that. Of course it also helps that the views are amazing, and my condition gets better every day.
Ready to go now
Looking for the sun somewhere
Starting to relax
I love writing later at night. The world starts to shut down, so it gets quieter. Sometimes I hear a car passing by. Other than that, it’s only the sound of whatever music or video I play during my writing session. It creates a relaxing vibe. I don’t know if my writing gets better or worse because of it, but I think writing later at night affects free writing sessions. Recently I haven’t been writing much early on the day, just because I work from 10:00 to 18:00, so I rather write after eating my dinner. But since I have two weeks off after tomorrow, I want to try to write earlier on the day more often.