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Brain fog

  I have been thinking lately about forgetfulness in our daily lives. We are not perfect and we all forget stuff. The thing is when is something to start worrying about? Not referring now to horrible diseases like Alzheimer, but more about how stress, anxiety, or simply too many things on our plate can make us feel this brain fog .  In my case, this has not been a good school year (September to August) with some bad (and one after the other) personal news that have been testing my typically stoic approach to life. On the outside, I think I have been able to manage it, but this brain fog I mentioned is something that I clearly notice. It is not something constant. A good Friday night sleep and I am another person on Saturday. Less than a month ago I reviewed the first draft of my book in a 4-hour stand with no problem at all. But it all goes quickly down the drain. And with a summer holiday, typically battery recharging for me, with also some bad stuff going on -some of it also caused

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