Wednesday, December 07, 2005

what a little biscuit

I think I have burn out. Classic symptoms prevail. Writing three words of a story takes three hours, getting up to fetch my papers from the printing machine is a huge effort, my creativity capacity is that of a stapler (with no staples.) Another two weeks of work feels like a jail sentence.

I am also exhausted, cranky and feel like I could sleep for 11 years. I cannot.wait.to.go.on.holiday.

One of my mates bought me a massage voucher for my birthday in September. And I haven't used it yet. But I will this afternoon: I'm going for hot stone therapy at the Hollard Wellness Centre, Yay!

5 comments:

Better Safe Than Sorry said...

i know in my life, this is a high stress season, i would love to go for a massage. sounds like it's a great way to start relaxing for you, you need some down, you've emotionally been through alot, it does take a toll on one.

Peas on Toast said...

Janie I just went for my massage and it was AWESOME.It couldn't have come at a better time. She put those hot stones on my back as well, and I came out floating!

I highly recommend it, even if it means you're treating yourself. I vow to do this way more often! :)

Blondie said...

Sounds like you need some relaxation time. I can't wait for holiday break. I am going to sleep and drink. That's it. Oh, and go to work. But work doesn't seem so bad when school is out!

Peas on Toast said...

Blondie-hey girlfriend! It's been a while! Holiday for me is ten days and counting.

I just hope I don't crack before then.

November Rain said...

I do Massages for a living and I have the stones as well...


Thai aroma massage
Thai foot massage


the feet is the most important
as the feet carry all of our bodies weight

that includes our emotional bodies, physical bodies psyc bodies etc...


glad you enjoyed it

you needed it