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    Nothing exciting. Basically putting two equal weights on either side of the mattress, of course if there is a discrepancy in the mattress’s firmness one with obviously sink further then the other. They needed some kind of visual evidence.

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    So does this mean you're getting a new replacement?
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    I suppose so at some point. Took forever to get to sleep last night. Didn’t drop off til around 3am. I was going to wash the car todaybut it’s a bit warm out there and I can’t find the shampoo. I did get Talia’s meds sorted this morning and popped into Lidl for some cherries and scoffed the lot. I did manage to get the load of washing on last night and the washing up eventually got done. Kitchen is still a tip but I’ll try and do something small every time I walk in there and hopefully it was get things to a point where I feel I can get it organised fully.

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    That actually sounds like you're pacing with the kitchen! That's awesome!
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    I can’t face the job as a whole so I’m copping out really but so long as I do something it’s one less think that’s needed next time right?

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    One of my counsellors suggested doing things like you are doing. She said things can be overwhelming if you look at things as a whole but if you break things down then you feel like you've actually achieved something when you see the smaller jobs getting done. I've been teaching J how to do things like that and even he admits it works.
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    It’s not easy for me for a variety of reasons but I’m gonna try it.

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    It isn't easy, but it does help...
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    Tomorrow is the day the electric is off from 9am til 4pm. Yep, 7 hrs without power so I’ve made a list of things I can do that doesn’t involve electricity. In no particular order...

    • Long walk with Talia
    • Go fill the car with fuel (and pick up some shampoo)
    • Tesco shopping for a few essentials.
    • Wash the car.
    • fill a few bin bags with rubbish and old clothes.
    • Guitar practice.
    • Read the book that was recommended by a friend.

    I can attempt to do some decluttering as I go and that should fill the majority of the day. I’m sure I can sneak in a nap after my lunchtime meds. It’s a bit of a bummer that everywhere is shut or I might’ve taken the snuggle pup for a day out somewhere nice.

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    Why's the power going off? Good list btw!
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