Forget the Debt Ceiling, I Need a Raise

I’m tired. Yes, I stayed up until 1AM, so I would be dragging this morning. But it’s more than that. I have a lot going on in my life, and I’m emotionally drained.

Last week I was complaining about the lack of activity in my life. Now, with the start of school and everything else that’s suddenly going on, I just want to crawl under the covers and disappear indefinitely.

I’m the kind of person who needs to have things to do because I don’t do well otherwise. As some of my previous posts have revealed, I end up staring at the wall or pontificating the philosophical meaning of grass fires. In short, I get depressed. Yet, I also don’t do well with too much on my plate. The stress pushes me to my tipping point.

In economic terms, there is too much demand and too little supply. With everything I have to do to keep up with work and the kids, I’m overspent. There is nothing left for me. And I don’t think Congress will vote to raise my debt ceiling.

There’s got to be a way to better balance my energy budget.

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