Our mental health can be as unruly as Scooby Doo’s tongue (he might aim for a bite of that huge ham, cheese, tomato, and mustard stuffed baguette and ends up with the entire thing)!
For me, this unruliness can often mean a lack of clarity in thoughts and organisation. I am by nature an organised, pro-active person, but I can struggle with putting things into the best order of priority and I frequently have 4, 5, 6, 7, and more things on the go at any one moment and threatening to crumble. I make lists. And these can be frustrating. Watching something be repeated onto Tuesday’s list, then Wednesday’s list, then the next week’s list, then resigning it to the long-term list and finally watching it scream at me “I’M UNDONE” from the page – oh hells bells Zzzzzzzz.
Perhaps the answer is simple. Perhaps we would be best placed to pick one clear focus when we peel back the eyelids each morning. What one thing do we want to achieve before sundown?
“Scooby Dooby Doo, where are you, we need some help from you now”
The room above the garage
A Moodscope member.