Some of us have a talent for melodrama. We blow things out of proportion - creating 'dramas' out of little things. All this can get a little too exhausting, for us and others.
Try steering your Inner Drama Queen away from over-exaggerated emotions and over-reactions.
Being a drama queen doesn't have to be negative, we all need a little bit of flamboyance. Use your dramatic tendencies to share funny stories, entertain others, to relieve stress and promote stronger interpersonal relationships.
Friends have called me a drama queen in the past, and I think I definitely was. Recently I have started to realise when I think other people are being drama queens over nothing, so maybe that means I have replaced my drama queen streak with calmer thinking?
Oxford was lovely yesterday, we made roast chicken and watched Knowing....errmm, I thought the beginning half was good but I didn't like the ending.
There are lots of small bits and pieces to do today:
- Renew library books/go library.
- Organise office space for college starting soon.
- Pay credit card bill at the bank.
- Put leaflets up for Embrace in West Norwood.
- Visit the charity shops in West Norwood.
- Research the Embrace leaflet for this weekend/start designing.
- Put a wash in.
- Bake bread.
- Relax! (I want to take a long bath, exfoliate, cut my nails etc).
- Buy some body moisturiser.
Better get off....(if at first you don't succeed, dust yourself off and try again)