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Re: Depression, Struggles and Light at the End of Every Tunnel
I'm so tired

Feeling tired is always a bad symptom of our body, the best thing it could signal is the lack of sleep cause it´s the most easy to fix.
I hope you are fine soon and that the source of your tiredness is nothing serious.
I would recomend a good dose of sleep, some days of healthy food with many vitamines, especially D and taking some time to relax, like laying down and closing the eyes, listening some comfortable silent music and telling every muscle in your body to let go and relax, it can work wonders on stress and tiredness.

October 14, 2018, 10:40:21 PM
Re: Depression, Struggles and Light at the End of Every Tunnel This is hard stuff, I hope and pray for him and your family to be well.
November 07, 2018, 10:28:31 PM
Re: Depression, Struggles and Light at the End of Every Tunnel @The Gem Cutter that´s very sad to hear.

We all need to carry our weight alone, we can seek the advice or sympathy of others, but in the end we need to solve our problems ourself.
It´s good to hear that you work on it and try to make the best out of it, even if it´s hard.
Good luck on your path, may it lead to peace and happiness.

November 12, 2018, 05:00:38 PM
Re: Fantastic lines from books People only belive, what they want to belive.

-Wizard´s first rule

I really like that one because I never heard anything as true as this.

December 09, 2018, 10:16:00 AM
Re: Depression, Struggles and Light at the End of Every Tunnel My milk consumption realy sank over the time, but back than when I lived with my parents I always drank the whole bottle/package of milk at once because I hated the taste afterwards even if the milk was in the fridge the whole time.

sure there are foods that spoil fast but there are some that hold longer. like eggs hold for days even when its warm. I also always got rice and tortelini at home if I want something quick and got no time today to go to a store.

I never throw food away, that is a sin for me. The only thing I do is throw stuff like peels (if I ever peel something) or cut off ends and skins and shells in the garden and let it rot there. I also use no trash can, I just carry my trash out on the way to work the next morning.

My food schedule is like this, I wake up, grab a piece of fruit and go to work, I eat that piece of fruit when I arrive at work.
I got 1 hour lunchbreak, I dont want that long of a lunchbreak, I would want to work that one hour through and go home one hour earlier but thats austiran law (F**K Austrian law). So I got one hour to spent, and thats a nice coincidence that it gives me enough time to go to the store near work and buy something for lunch and for dinner. Usually I just buy some  breads for lunch and for dinner it depends, but most is simple and small stuff since I live alone and theres no use in cooking anything too fancy or large if I am the only one eating it. At home I cook, today I had scrambled eggs with onions, tomato, garlic, sheep cheese and pepper. Nothing left over, nothing wasted, just the onion peels in the garden.

When I cook something bigger I eat the leftovers the next day and thats it. I rarely saw anything that isnt spoiled after 2 days even in the fridge, but everything cooked is usually still good the next day, even if not cooled down. I ate chili con carne for 3 (the day I cooked it, the next day and than the next day) days last summer and it wasnt spoiled at all.

since I got no fridge I dont have any foods that I "keep for later" so I dont throw away anything.
I rather saw quite the opposite, that people who use a fridge frow away more food. like my parents, the fridge is always stacked full and always you find some last slice of cheese that turned completly dry, some moulded saussage or food from 5 years ago (I am serious, I found once a package of milk that hit the date of consumption 5 years ago). And its not just my parents but its either I see that extreme or the other extreme that people got a fridge and freezer, but nothing inside it, which is a even worse waste of energy.

I prefer local foods, I prefer to buy my food daily so I get fresh food and I waste no food at all.
I can understand why people want to have a filled fridge so they dont need to go to a store in their free time, but I do it during work so I see no problem in there (sure I could spend these 20 minutes I walk to the store with reading a book but I also enjoy walking and its a realy nice change from sitting the whole day).

Also just because I mentioned freezers, I could never use one. Sure if I would have people living with me I would probably turn on the fridge (I got one because my parents bought it but I unplugged it). But freezers are just so dumb, why do people buy food to eat it a year later? I could imagine it if some crysis suddenly falls upon us, but I think if a crysis comes that is so bad that we cant buy food anymore, than it would probably effect freezers too. I saw people hording mountains of meat that they WILL NEVER EVER EAT IN THEIR LIVE for the sake of having it. When I ask them they say "oh its so much cheaper that meat was -25% I needed to buy it". So their logic is to buy meat that is nearly spoiled to save 25%, than run a device to prevent it from spoiling which decreases the quality of the food even more and than let that device run for years before they finally maybe eat it, which generates an energy consumption far beyond the money they saved by buying half spoiled meat 5 years ago.

I got kind of long there again, anyway, it is easily possible to live without fridge, I can imagine that it could be even easier with more people in the house because you can cook larger servings than and it all gets eaten up at once.

January 10, 2019, 09:06:50 PM