Funky Times

Feeling stressed, bored, and incredibly blah? I know the feeling. These days are actually inevitable, as you just wake up and can not really seem to be able to overcome this lack of satisfaction and passion for life.

UGH is the word I would use to describe my moods on these days. The sun can not shine every god damn day, right?

These days are the days that you just need to ride out, take up the bunghole, and just accept. You hate them because they’re challenging, and I also hate these days, because it’s just that much harder to get out of that funk.

At some point, you will overcome the funk, but until then, you just have to ride it out and do the best you can.

My best advice is to keep fighting and keep trying, as things may not go your way for a while.

How to get out of the funk? Well, that’s a question that I can not answer, but only life can answer for you. How you react and choose to handle your funky moods is the only way that you can control aspects of your life that you are unable to control.

There’s always a light at the end of the tunnel every day, even when you’re in your funks, as things can only usually get better if they’re so bad.

These small glimmers of hope and unexpected shifts of happiness and gratitude are what help me get through my funky times. We can all make our lives seem perfect, and many of us mask our moody times very well and discretely.

The worst part of your funk is the uncertainty of how long the hard times will keep slapping you in the face. It truly just depends, because funky times can last longer or shorter than you ever expected. The worst part? It is COMPLETELY OUT OF YOUR CONTROL.

If you’re feeling like your life is out of control, don’t worry you’re exactly where you need to be at this exact moment. Worry some, but do not worry too much. If you’ve made it this far, you’ve made it 100% of the time. So, the odds are in your favor.

Don’t let the funk become you for too long, but sometimes embrace the funk, ride it out, and know, at the end of the day, you will be okay. Keep your hope alive and never forget to try!

xo,

Aichan Tewahade

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