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Functioning when you can’t function

Insomnia is a nightmarish reality hell. Believe me, I KNOW.

My job and much of my life’s work exists on the computer, through various media such as the iPhone and social media sites in addition which all buzz about electronically talking to each other in a matter of fashion that I would normally find stimulating and refreshing – and that’s all fine and dandy normally.

But lately there are several days I cannot possibly stare at a computer or even a TV screen, my mind can barely follow the simple (yet clever and witty) plot of a Modern Family episode let alone write an article about some crowning scientific achievement that involves 3 other people and their respective bosses and teams and whoever else needs to be thrown into the story for good press and or saving face.

None of that matters when your sleep schedule is jacked beyond belief and no one knows why. It’s been weeks of testing and no real answers. Perhaps my brain fogginess could be equated to celiac? Who knows! Any guesses at this point? I’ll go with anything.

The only way I’ve been able to relatively function, and I can only do so well for a few scattered days at a time, is that I save interesting links on my phone, magazine excerpts, and the opportunity to write when I am in this happy little place where I can actually be the true professional wordcrafter I am and write like a boss. Those are damn good days, and lately too few and far between. But have hope!

Even when your luck seems down there’s always a reason and always a way for things to get better, although it may seem unlikely and require patience. So, from my personal experience, hang in there and appreciate the fact that so many people love you and are vouching for you.

YOU ROCK.

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Alexandra Foran: Alexandra is an enthusiastic yoga instructor who enjoys sharing the gift of yoga and meditation with people of all ages. She is flexible and accommodating to all as she leads a practice from the heart. Extending warmth and love to all is a blessing for her. Yoga has personally helped her to heal and grow in profound ways. Yoga helps create balance and harmony; as someone who is highly intuitive, empathic, and a sensitive being she used to often be ill and regularly overextend herself -- she now seeks the peace that yoga can bring to her practice and life. As a poet, writer, musician and artist she infuses different aspects of the creative arts into her classes to create a higher vibration. During particular segments of her classes she uses guided imagery and live music. Alex plays upright bass, electric bass guitar, electric upright bass, violin, guitar, drums, rainmakers, baby harps, singing bowls, crystal bowls, recorders, and didgeridoo. Alexandra is a certified yoga instructor and a certified Reiki Master.

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