I'm feeling scattered and unable to focus. I have urges to shed projects, responsibilities or find something, anything to check off a To Do List. I'm just stressed with all I have to do this shortened work week. And eating in this Whole 30 style is occupying mental and physical space that I'm not used to causing me to have less time. It is a full time job just feeding myself. I'm tiring of it right now - I have the Whole 30 blues.
I'll save my to do list making until I get to work. Right now the task is how to make sure sobriety stays in the focus for today.
What sobriety-related film should I watch next? I'm leaning toward The Anonymous People. It seems like it could be a compliment to Bette's story, a different ending if she would have gotten help. I'm ambivalent about AA and curious about all the ways people "do" recovery. I haven't read anything about it yet, I did see lots of tweets suggesting it, so I will follow the advice of the community and watch it.
-Drinking: A Love Story by Caroline Knapp -Almost Alcoholic by Joseph Nowinski and Robert Doyle -After the Tears: Helping Adult Children of Alcoholics Heal Their Childhood by Jane Middelton-Moz and Lorie Dwinell