Is the time OFFLINE.
I was in agony and stressed.
Weather have been kinda crazy; I think I’ve experienced pretty much all seasons.
For a long time I had this major writers block, in this case, in photography.
Even documenting has been hard. No time, no lust, massive brainfog 24/7.
Despite, per appearance, having a rough time the entire journey, it is really just how I cope things.
We autistic people simply don’t deal with certain things well, like changes and changes, well, that’s an everyday thing now.
No maps, no weather, or even equipment have been as planned. Reality is just how it is.
As time passes, just like all my other travels prior to this one, I learn to appreciate even more all the small things. Right now however, the focus is to just enjoy everything as long as I can.
My health is going really fast downhill for each day, so really, each day is a gift.
I haven’t given up on my dreams, nor visiting Kiruna but as to reach by foot as my body is right now, that is simply no longer possible. It took a while for me to come to terms with this, so I decided to take it chill, one day at time, wherever it leads me.
Many of you out there take life for granted, so did I, but it is when we are robbed from that very freedom, when health isn’t quite in our hands anymore, we realize hour precious everything is, for real.
Being on internet has it perks, yes, but for me, just I first warned many years ago and is stated here and there, that it stresses my butt out.
It paralyzes me and put a pressure making me unable to move forward, literally.
Took at least a week off the internet and social media, before I was slowly getting back to myself.
Now that I really found that drained too much valuable resources, I had to hold it off.
It is only when I enjoy that I can later tell how awesome it was.
It is only when I enjoy that I can get those pretty nice nerdy-nature pictures I like.
the Lady Introvert.