I watched an item on TV about TATTS. This was said to be Tired All The Time Syndrome.
It asked the questions, Why so many of us seem to be suffering from it, & what could we do about it?
It was suggested it is partially caused by the stress of daily lives.
Other causes could be attributed to noise, light, and factors such as snoring.
As with most of these short items used as 'fillers' for the after news evening programmes it actually told us nothing about how to deal with it.
There was a person who suggested meditation. I was actually left wondering if it was actually an advertisement for meditation, in the guise of 'news'?
I am constantly disappointed with these so called news items of interest. They are just bloody frustrating teasers that offer nothing. Mostly I suspect they are ads for things, or people.
Some do stir the 'redneck element' - which can then be heard bleating & ranting on talkback radio next day. I dont listen to the radio, but GOM does- & yes, he sometimes listens to Bleatback.
BFJ gave me a callendar with delightful NZ scenes and each month has a Thought. This month's is, "If you dont like something change it. If you cant change it, change the way you think about it."
What good advice.
I loathe talkback, so dont listen. I loathe these evening 'news' shows- or 'current affairs', so I am going to stop watching those too.
A question I would like answered is;
Where do all the teaspoons go?
I know that there is a 'sock heaven' somewhere & all the odds sneak off to it.
Do you think there is a 'teaspoon heaven' too?
I thought once my 'kids' left home, I wouldnt have to keep buying teaspoons.
I have stopped having to go on mad ranting searches for scissors, since the almost adult granddaughter has stopped spending much time here.
And I thought once she had left school, I would have all the teaspoons, but they still seem to just disappear.
I know SG doesnt take them- he is a big boy now, & uses big cutlery!
Does anyone else have the mystery of the disappearing teaspoons- or any other items.
When things go missing in our family we tend to say the 'Others' have borrowed them, & when they are ready they usually return them!
Today's best music, k d lang, singing Songs of the 49th Parallel. I do prefer Joni Mitchells version of A Case of You, but it has been a long time favourite.