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two words:

It' January

I think the general population feels the same! And gracious woman... you did 76253712368172397 things more than most people!

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Um, you did six million more things than me! If I manage to get a prescription filled, I consider that a successful week. I think you are way, way too hard on yourself, and anyone who has to manage even half of what you manage would feel in a fog. I realize this is likely to be way more trouble than it's worth, but could you delegate the muffin-making and laundry to your kids?


Ditto. It's January.
No matter that "normal routines" are back, that Christmas and New Year are dim and distant memories: for some reason, it takes, in my experience, most or all of January to get back to whatever passes for normal!
And you deserve a big pat on the back for doing everything you did get done: definitely a win.
Try to be kind to yourself. January will pass, as it does every year, and everything will settle down.

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