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Sleepy March

Hey friends, I know it has been long since I have made an appearance, I hope you all are doing good. I am really sorry for not posting anything for so long and not reading any of your posts as well. I feel really bad about it. Things on my side haven’t been much sunny as I would have liked.

I have been facing some problems on my health front. The medicines which I am taking (with the doctor’s prescription) make me sleepy, like all the time. For the past week, I have slept almost about 12 hours/day which is a new record for me (Hence, the ‘Sleepy March’). Due to my constant state of prolonged stupor, I haven’t been able to do any writing as well, which completely sucks! (just like the quality of this post)

This month has started with a bit of strangeness for me as I have lost my appetite for food (can you believe that!). I couldn’t make myself to read or write anything on my blog front as well, for the past few weeks. I am blaming it on all the medicines. I really hope to start again and get out of this temporary writer’s/reader’s block that I am in right now.

In the coming week, I plan to read all of your valuable posts while trying to complete the ongoing story, Fire. Sorry again, for keeping you all waiting for so long and for not posting anything earlier.

Currently, I am in some sort of hibernation mode which I am hoping would pass soon. I really would like to know if you have ever faced something like this when you feel like doing nothing, at all. What helped you to start writing again?

Cheers and Blessings!! I hope you all are having a wonderful March.

32 thoughts on “Sleepy March”

  1. Sleepy March
    Unsleepy March
    Omg. It comes and goes. Idk if it is chemicals in our bodies or burdens in our minds…maybe both? I just yawned.() I haven’t slept much the last two days. I know how you feel. Last night I was determined to go to bed early and then a friend on Twitter posed a question that made me think and woke me up! I am going to try to sleep for a few hours. I hope you snooze or unsnooze. Your choice. 🙂

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    1. So true, I think it is the burdens on our mind! There are days when all you want to do is sleep and then there are days when your eyes are just not ready to shut off.
      Besides, I think everyone’s coping mechanisms are different. Some sleep more during tough times while some loose their sleep.
      Take a relaxing bath and doze off to sleep, my friend! Sweet dreams 💕

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  2. allllllll iss welll ,, keep this in your mind k

    unwell is also turn well in sometimes so who knows you will find new stories or this journey with medicine making you more strong for the future . so be positive every situation in life has both sides positive and negative so see the positive and i hope your comeback will be better version of you

    get well soon hamari dua apkeliye hamesha rahegi

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    1. I am recovering well 😊 all thanks to my well wishers like you.
      It was my pleasure, I will start reading more soon.
      That’s seems plausible…I will surely try it. Photo prompts might work. Thank you, Jude.
      (PS: for some reason, this ended up in my spam, hence the delay)

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  3. Personal health takes precedence.
    As for food, smoothies work best when I’m sick (substitute milk/cream for juices). For writing—meh…it’ll come back. 😂 I hope you start feeling better soon, being sick sucks.

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    1. These days water is everything I am relying on aside from the compulsory meals. You are so right, John, I am a really a big impatient baby when I get sick. It really sucks!
      I am hoping it would come back. Thank you so much 💕😊.
      Cheers

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  4. I hope you are doing good health wise. You take your time. Not all the time we have that zeal to write about something. Sometimes we feel to write the thoughts prevailing in our mind but can’t assemble the words. It’s completely fine if you are away from this. Recharge yourself, experience some new feelings and emotions happening around you and then make your comeback. Wish you a speedy recovery.
    PS: I wish I could have those pills. *Sleep deprivation*

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    1. I have been better, but I am recovering. Thank you for your wishes, I really appreciate it, Yash. You are right, these days I want to write but when I sit in front of the laptop all I can do is stare at the white screen.
      I hope to come back soon! Thank you 😊
      Sleep deprivation.. seems like a red flag to me, hope everything is well with you.
      Cheers

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