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Please describe your mind.

Quick, sharp, sometimes witty with enough sleep and a little sarcastic (realistic, really), and always constantly multi-tasking all over the place with pretty much no time to wind down because it makes my brain feel slow and dull if it is not thinking a mile a minute.

My brain leaps ahead two steps of myself and I have learned I need to pull it back and talk about my logical mind leap, not just blurt out the final answer / decision about what’s on my brain after I have been chatting with myself internally.

I only watched TV when I had it, as background noise, and it was so strange but I would actually be paying attention to the show AND be able to concentrate on my things at the same time.

Only if I needed strong, strong mental concentration, did I need complete silence.


This doesn’t work with noisy co-workers in open rooms. Chatter derails my brain, I can’t help tuning in mentally.

I can only do it with shows I am familiar with and watch often (crime stuff, mostly) like Monk, Castle, The Mentalist, etc.

I find it very hard to do something like watch a video without also blogging, writing, or doing something else to maximize the time particularly during Baby Bun’s nap times which are SACRED video-watching times, and I get really really annoyed if he naps in the car while I’m driving.

I feel like it’s being wasted on traffic.


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