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    Babylon Candle Venom's Avatar
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    Default How to recover from complete mental and physical exhaustion?

    While I generally love the work I've been doing, it has left me absolutely EXHAUSTED. First day off in quite a while. It's a very heavy Fe and Se job, (lots of talking, politicking, being on my feet, and "just get it done")... with some analytical problem solving thrown in.

    I feel like I have no energy/do not want to:
    --play my guitar
    --go outside
    --exercise
    --hang out with/talk with people
    --cook descent food (I eat like crap this time of year)
    --do anything overly analytical (I want a break from problem solving!)
    --watch another B-movie on TNT or TBS...
    --sleep all day (I already got 11 hours of sleep)

    What else is left? Any ideas?

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    my favorite thing to do when i'm feeling super dead inside and lazy is to find a good tv show and marathon it.

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    Babylon Candle Venom's Avatar
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    ive takin to tripping out on some terrance Mckenna stuff:

    [YOUTUBE="8XTglkKfYkw"]McKenna[/YOUTUBE]



    (it makes sense...my work is very Fe/Se and some Ti... this conspiracy/enlightenment/metathinking crap is pretty Ni haha)

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    Go to the park and watch clouds 'n shit. Fish. Go to local pool and stare at shit. Failblog.org and see shit fail.

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    Exercise helps...you could start with a simple 15minutes walk. It's much better to walk in the sun, but if you really don't wanna go outside, you could do some squats at home. It's a difficult situation there, the causes and symptoms are very conected...but a small step goes a long way. And you should be buying quality food!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Venom View Post
    While I generally love the work I've been doing, it has left me absolutely EXHAUSTED. First day off in quite a while. It's a very heavy Fe and Se job, (lots of talking, politicking, being on my feet, and "just get it done")... with some analytical problem solving thrown in.

    I feel like I have no energy/do not want to:
    --play my guitar
    --go outside
    --exercise
    --hang out with/talk with people
    --cook descent food (I eat like crap this time of year)
    --do anything overly analytical (I want a break from problem solving!)
    --watch another B-movie on TNT or TBS...
    --sleep all day (I already got 11 hours of sleep)

    What else is left? Any ideas?
    Too lazy to watch a B movie???
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    my approach on days off is to waste my day by enjoying reading random stuff on the internet (the internet knows everything! ) and avoiding dealing with people... my job involves pretty much the same stuff as yours does... somehow the not dealing with people part is the most important thing to me on days off

    sitting in the yard and reading is also lots of fun
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