Mood Recession

If economists measure recessions in quarters and finance people measure recessions in months, I think I’m going to measure mine in days.

I think I can best describe my mood as slightly less than optimistic. Things haven’t clicked for me yet the way they do in terms previous. I think either I don’t have my routine pat down yet or I am forgetting something important that needs to be done. Or maybe I’m feeling stressed from the lack of stress in my life (I hope not; what a vicious trap that would be).

Whatever it is, I hope it goes away.

I also missed my posting goal by a 1/2 hour.

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2 thoughts on “Mood Recession

  1. Slashing interest rates now. Good point though. I think lowering my expected returns on life at this point will increase my overall utility.

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