A Case of Brain Fog
It's happening again.
The moment that I have so many things running through my head and my favorite form of meditation has left me so agitated because I can't produce anything.
I can think of so many things to write about but I just keep hitting the delete button. I type one sentence, then I keep my finger down on the button until nothing is there anymore. It's been like this for a few hours and my screen remains blank.
The cursor keeps blinking, just waiting for me to start clicking. Of course I have taken a break here and there in hopes that when I come back to my computer, my words will just magically start appearing, pouring out effortlessly. It doesn't happen. My eyes are heavy, my hands are cramping, and my leg has fallen asleep plenty of times.
I start writing what I think is great, then all the words seem to float off the page and look a mess. The delete button has become my most used key. I have had three cups of coffee and I still feel...blank. My mind is so full of ideas and thoughts, but when I start to type, it goes completely blank. I hate this feeling.
I'm not tired. Delirious maybe. My words don't make sense to me and I'm not happy with anything that comes out. It's not coming out the way it is in my head. I actually have had a lot on my mind lately. I just don't know how to put it into words, get it out of my head and onto the computer screen. I have looked at beautiful art pieces and read a few impressive blog articles to find inspiration, yet still my mind feels blocked. My head feels full. It's foggy and things don't feel right.
It's too cold out to take a walk. So maybe I'll just do a few jumping jacks in my living room. Get a little sweat going? Maybe I'll watch a show? Have a glass of whiskey?
What do you do when you have a case of brain fog? Comment below.