Wake Me Up When the Invisible Work is Over

Metaphorically, climbing Everest is exhausting

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These couple of months presented me with a double whammy. Death then COVID. I hadn’t finished recovering from my stepfather’s death when COVID finally caught up with me.

The way I’ve always managed being knocked out by life is through physical exertion. When I am sad, stressed, or…

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