I’m feeling lazy this week. I’ve got no motivation and on my days off I’m waking up mid morning. Oops! I hope my dad doesn’t read this! I can’t shake the idea from my head that he’s training for the London marathon at his age, so that’s making me feel even more lazy. I’m not good at resting or ‘chilling out’ because I put a lot of pressure on myself to keep going. I think I get this from my parents. They are non stop and it doesn’t go unnoticed. I don’t know how they do it. I’m 10 months post op and I expect myself to be superwoman now.
I’ve spent a few years of not being able to do as much as I want. I want to achieve as much as I can but I can’t keep up with everyone else just yet. I’m increasing my hours again soon, I’m doing my best to get back what I was able to do before. I’ve got that drive but the energy isn’t quite there yet. I can’t help but compare myself to others around me who are doing so well in their careers. I guess they haven’t had any health issues holding them back.
I was told my dad was in the hospital magazine yesterday. He’s always doing something amazing so I wasn’t surprised to see the article.
So proud. I hope I’m able to achieve something like this someday.
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