My Atypical Writing Sessions: How Insomnia Shapes My Writing

Dear Lovelies, A quick look through the WordPress Reader reveals that I'm not the only one struggling to drift off to sleep. I've been up for the past three hours now, alternating between scrolling through Facebook on my phone and staring at my window to catch the first peaks of dawn. My body baffles me … Continue reading My Atypical Writing Sessions: How Insomnia Shapes My Writing

6 Reasons for Midnight Tears

I'm sitting on my bed, crying because all the floors in my parents' house are tile, which is a problem because I want to sit and be as small as possible but I can't because tile hurts differently than carpet. I'm crying because this is the second, no, third anxiety attack I've had in a … Continue reading 6 Reasons for Midnight Tears

Random Musings of an Insomniac

I should be asleep, because I have to open the store in 7 hours, but I'm not. There's a cat meowing outside my window and I can't help but think of editing and the Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland. I wonder if he would make a tiny hat for the cat? I'd like to … Continue reading Random Musings of an Insomniac

Triple Threat: Dissociation, Anxiety, and Insomnia

Dear Lovelies, As I write this, it is almost 6:00 in the morning and I have been awake now for three hours. This is my normal. I keep my phone next to me so I can play calming music or a thunderstorm on YouTube in hopes of falling back asleep. I keep snacks in my … Continue reading Triple Threat: Dissociation, Anxiety, and Insomnia