54 thoughts on “Question of the Day – No. 347

  1. It’s close to a 10. For some reason I didn’t inherit or develop the mechanism for coping with stress, so all things related to health, life, kids, financial, dog, social, food, clutter, and sex cause me stress.

  2. Considering I lost my job Monday, I’d say about an 8. I’m trying to look at this new development positively because I was planning to quit at some point anyway. However, I would have liked it better if the departure had been on my terms.

    1. Yes, of course I do. I was wondering if you stopped because you didn’t like the content or there were some other factors involved. How come you stopped “worpressing” a while?

  3. I’m an autism mummy, (and I also look after my two diabetic parents) so depending on their day I can fluctuate anywhere between a 5 and 10+ because at the end of the day, it all stops with me to sort out

    1. Wow! You are one of the toughest people I’ve encountered so far! I don’t know how you manage all of those, but it seems like you’re capable of many great things! I’m very sorry to hear about the health issues your family has, but I’m glad they have you to take care of them.

  4. 1 – I’m a “Cloud Rider”! 🙂 And this post made me laugh when I read it is # 347… Thinking “Oh my yes, that number sounds a bit accurate for the amount of [conscious] questions I ask myself every day”. Thank you for the smile! Great work 🙂

    1. Congratulations for being a Cloud Rider and thank you for your kind words! Regarding the questions you ask yourself every day, how helpful are they for you?

      1. ‘Helpful’ only because I use them to ask a relative question: “Am I conscious of what I’m thinking/doing?” and that’s the fun part of having an ‘evolved, human’ brain.

  5. I for one can say my “Daily” life isn’t stressful whatsoever atm (although that’s probably subject to change due to time and growth being a thing) so I’d give it a 2, would of used 1 but the thoughts seem to mix up things that eventually pass with “stress” a lot

      1. I’d say the world can indeed be stressful but one’s thoughts can make it seems a lot more stressful than it actually is

      1. I’m definitely trying to. My schedule is a bit wonky of late, but making it work…at least a little bit. Hubby is a big help, and if kitty had no health issues it’d make things wonderful; but we play the hand we’re dealt.

    1. Thank you very much for your reblog! I really appreciate it! 😀
      And to answer your question, my number is 4 and it’s increasing if I somehow feel like losing my path.

  6. Oh my! Definitely a 8 going to 10, with some rare, amazing days (mostly weekends) in which I can enjoy a 2-3. And this is because of a full time job with its high peaks of stress, a night master in communication and digital master, a house to run, groceries to do, meals to cook for two people to try to stay healthy, chores to organise, errands to run, a couple of gym sessions to try to fit in + maintaining a social life, taking care of the relationship, feeding my blog, trying to develop daily! Oh my I stressed only to write all of this 😀

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