So why am I always looking for some kind of charger cord? Seriously! Yeah, yeah. I know. Wireless means wi-fi. But I always ask myself this question when I’m rushing to find a cord.
You see . . . I HATE charging things. Instant gratification takes too long in my book.
And, since I read a Kindle nightly and frequently listen to books on Audible on my phone, I’m always running low on juice.
I have TONS of cords and chargers. I have them by the front door, in my bedroom, in my car and at work. I even have 10 foot cords so that I can be comfy while using my devices while they charge.
But I just can’t seem to get the stupid things on the charger! Or, I plug my device in and an hour later realize that the OTHER end of the cord isn’t plugged into anything!
This also reminds me that I need to charge my own batteries by unplugging from the world frequently. And I don’t just mean electronically unplug.
Being bipolar can often make dealing with people (even people you like) draining on your mental capacity. And, since my day job consists of fielding problems constantly, it drains me even more.
Thank goodness for The Barn! It’s wonderful to live on the edge of nowhere so that people rarely drop by. But, I do have friends and family nearby when I am craving some social interaction . . . or when I know I need it even if I’m not sure I want it.
Walking into The Barn reminds me that my work day is totally done. And, I have a whole new set of things to think about. Even when there’s work to be done (and there always seems to be) it doesn’t seem as bad since I’m doing what I love in the place I love with the people I love!
So, my dear baby bunnies, make sure you take the time to recharge your own batteries. Find something that isn’t work related that brings joy to your heart and make sure you do it regularly! Make it part of your goals in life! If you don’t make time for it, you will not practice joy often enough.
Peace, Love & Full Batteries
Hoosier Barn Chick