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Hey! So I've been guilty of derailing the topics of other threads by going on about pointless things - did you know I managed to find pasta today? Yes I'm still thrilled about that. 😂 So decided to make a thread for general chat, make yourself a coffee or tea, pull up a chair & relax and post whatever you like. Talk about the weather where you are? Nothing is pointless here xo
 
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Why did Santa's elfs decide to keep the presents for themselves?

Because they're elfish' 😂

Omg I am wide awake and it's 3.20 am probs gonna he up all night haha sleeps for the weak 😂 but I'm gonna be so tired tomorrow fml :(
 
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For about a week every month I struggle to sleep. I’m pretty sure it’s hormonal, pms symptom maybe. I’m wide awake at nearly 4am and every time I close my eyes, my brain goes into over drive thinking of any possible thing to cause anxiety and my usual tactics to block them out and divert my thoughts don’t work and I also feel fidgety and like my bed is super uncomfortable. I have to literally force myself to stay still enough to drop off. I do often get to sleep, eventually but I’m not sure if there’s even any point in trying at this point. Does anyone else get this?? I googled and it does seem to be a thing and not something that’s in my head. A lot of people get fatigue during pms but not being able to sleep/insomnia isn’t talked about it as much it seems. I know it’ll catch up with me tomorrow, hence why I usually force myself to bed. But with the lockdown im kinda thinking what’s the point I don’t even have anywhere to go tomorrow, although it is my turn to get up with the children. But again, my dilemma is would it be easier to sleep for a couple of hours and wake up with them or just stay awake?

Ugh, sorry for the ramble. Whether I get a measly few hours sleep or not, tomorrow is going to be a long day.
 
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As am I. I think I’ve given up now, there would be no point even sleeping for an hour. Plus it would take me at least an hour to get to sleep in the first place. Can hear the birds chirping, that’s when you know you’re past the point of no return.

Dreading today.
 
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For about a week every month I struggle to sleep. I’m pretty sure it’s hormonal, pms symptom maybe. I’m wide awake at nearly 4am and every time I close my eyes, my brain goes into over drive thinking of any possible thing to cause anxiety and my usual tactics to block them out and divert my thoughts don’t work and I also feel fidgety and like my bed is super uncomfortable. I have to literally force myself to stay still enough to drop off. I do often get to sleep, eventually but I’m not sure if there’s even any point in trying at this point. Does anyone else get this?? I googled and it does seem to be a thing and not something that’s in my head. A lot of people get fatigue during pms but not being able to sleep/insomnia isn’t talked about it as much it seems. I know it’ll catch up with me tomorrow, hence why I usually force myself to bed. But with the lockdown im kinda thinking what’s the point I don’t even have anywhere to go tomorrow, although it is my turn to get up with the children. But again, my dilemma is would it be easier to sleep for a couple of hours and wake up with them or just stay awake?

Ugh, sorry for the ramble. Whether I get a measly few hours sleep or not, tomorrow is going to be a long day.
i have insomnia a few days before my period as well, must be hormone related
 
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Morning all.
Thanks for starting this thread.
It’s good to have an “anything goes” thread which we can’t derail!
Sunny here today so about to hang out my washing.
Yes, a trip to the garden is a highlight today! 😁
 
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I found some hand wash in Lidl yesterday, I was on my own just pushing the trolly and it caught my eye on the shelf, I shouted out a big YES and gave a clap. Who’d of thought something so simple could make me so happy 😂😂🙌🙌🙌
 
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I just saw an ad on TV to say that Britain’s got talent is back on TV soon.
Just when I thought things couldn’t get any more depressing 😂
 
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Was actually trying to start a thread myself but now sure how to do so?? Anyway.... anyone else’s husband doing their absolute heads in yet??
 
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Morning everyone!

How are you all today? I had a great sleep last night for the first time in weeks, I'm putting it down to the vodka and cranberry that I had before bed. Might have to have another one tonight 🙄

Sun is shining up in Aberdeen although it's sooooo windy!
 
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Heard a Dr on TV say to get through the boredom of self isolation we should finish things we start and thus have more calm in our lives.
So I looked through the house to find all the things I’ve started but haven’t finished........ so I finished off a bottle of Merlot, a bottle of Chardonnay, a bodle of Baileys, a butle of wum, tha mainder of Valiumum scriptuns an a box a chocletz.
Yu haf no idr how feckin fablus I feel rite now
 
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Was actually trying to start a thread myself but now sure how to do so?? Anyway.... anyone else’s husband doing their absolute heads in yet??
I don't think new members can? I was having a read as I'm unable to start one either!
 
Morning everyone!

How are you all today? I had a great sleep last night for the first time in weeks, I'm putting it down to the vodka and cranberry that I had before bed. Might have to have another one tonight 🙄

Sun is shining up in Aberdeen although it's sooooo windy!
Morning! From sunny windy Fife woo more Scotland people 😂 I've legit just woke up but I'm feeling alright 😂 x

I don't think new members can? I was having a read as I'm unable to start one either!
Nah you have to do a certain amount of posts first can't remember how much it is but it doesnt take that long. X
 
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Was actually trying to start a thread myself but now sure how to do so?? Anyway.... anyone else’s husband doing their absolute heads in yet??
😂 my dad is doing my mums head in, I’m very thankful my husband is a key worker. I love him but oh my does he get under my feet. I’m the DIYer in my house so he’s frankly useless being a home for long periods.

I’m also not sleeping well at all at the moment. I need to get some calm in my life but I’ve decided to declutter and redecorate and deep clean 🤣🤣
 

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This is exactly why I'm not doing any workouts in the lounge. Look at that rug!

 
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Heard a Dr on TV say to get through the boredom of self isolation we should finish things we start and thus have more calm in our lives.
So I looked through the house to find all the things I’ve started but haven’t finished........ so I finished off a bottle of Merlot, a bottle of Chardonnay, a bodle of Baileys, a butle of wum, tha mainder of Valiumum scriptuns an a box a chocletz.
Yu haf no idr how feckin fablus I feel rite now
Actually laughed out loud at this 😂
 
i have insomnia a few days before my period as well, must be hormone related
It must be. No idea how long I’ve had it for but I’ve been noticing it for about year.

I did get some sleep in the end but my god, tired today! Bit cloudy here today, wish it could be a bit warmer like it was last week.
 
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