The same thing over and over

United States
April 12, 2012 3:25pm CST
I wake up in the morning, look outside, see a beautiful morning day, cars are going by fast on the road beside my apartment, and I get out of bed to go to my laptop computer. I log-on to my online class, at this point, I realized I should be eating breakfast, which I skip everyday and which I always say will not skip, but it doesn't happen. I've sucked in the hard truth that I will be in this same position the next morning-then it hits me. This is the same thing over and over again, I want something better with my life, I want to be free of bills and debt, I want to live life, not let life live me. What do I do? I pray I will find out in the next few years. Does anyone else feel this way?
3 responses
• United States
13 Apr 12
yes sometimes i do feel the same, but i like to try and do somethin else when i feel this way
• United States
13 Apr 12
I am trying to incorporate that into my daily life, it just feels like a rut that's just hard to get out-but that helps!
@shylade (3137)
• Philippines
13 Apr 12
we all feel that way once in awhile especially if our daily life is like a routine already. if you want a life change then make it happen. try to get out of your comfort zone then see where it will take you. sometime we afraid to take the risk and just stay where we are, but the risk we must be taken otherwise you will regret it forever. i also believe that God has a better plan for us. you are right by praying because it will help you a lot.
• United States
13 Apr 12
You are right, God does, I have to just keep that in mind!
@Reba47 (35)
• United States
12 Apr 12
I think we all feel this way sometimes. Bills and debt aren't really that big of a deal when you look around you on a busy street and realize that most people are in the same boat right now. Even the people going by outside in nice cars that probably aren't in debt, it's the same thing for them, day after day. You're taking classes and that's a really good first step to getting out of debt even if it seems like you are just digging a deeper hole. It's also a good first step to getting out from under the depression. Think of the hole you'd have dug in five years working some crummy minimum wage job and not attending classes that brighten your future. Maybe you've fallen into a pattern to such a degree that even this feeling has become a part of your morning routine without your realizing it. Maybe tomorrow morning you should make yourself breakfast, ignore the cars outside (they help to make you feel stagnant) and exercise for 10-15 minutes before sitting at the computer. No one and nothing can make you happy but you, no, not even money lol even if it seems like it right now. Happiness is a daily choice and as for praying I seem to recall that God helps those who help themselves. Good luck.
• United States
12 Apr 12
Reba47 - Thanks for taking time out to, not only respond in a really nice way, but to spread some words of encouragement. God Bless you! That did help!