Never have I ever felt jet lag so much in my life. Ever since the trip to India was booked, I have been working on settling things and getting things done that I hardly slept. Except for a couple of hours sleep during the flights, my days in Bangalore and back here in London were filled with packing and unpacking. I have literally slept for straight 12 hours the day I landed back in London and still managed to sleep another 10 hours the next two days. Sign of old age? Or the release of stress of finally moving my base to London? I am not sure. But I am eager to get back to having normal sleep times and to be more active than I have been these past few days.
My blogging has taken the brunt of it and I am yet to check on a lot of posts which I have missed over last two weeks. And given that so many interesting things have happened around the world I am eager to check on the posts. Hopefully, this week will be the week when I settle down a bit.
The downside of being a procaffeinator (found that word through a Grammarly tweet) is that to get that early cup of coffee from a restaurant or cafe when all you have done is just woke up and realized that the house is all packed up and you can’t heat anything up and you need that coffee to even go out to do anything, even if it is to get that cup of coffee. Urgh…. I need my coffee now!!!