inspirational music for life’s (annoying) little moments 1.5

So I’ve been feeling particularly stuck in a rut lately and it’s really wearing me down. There are just too many things I have going on that are unresolved. And I really can’t stand unresolved things. They drive me crazy. And the more things that I have just hanging, the more they seem to accumulate as I fall deeper and deeper into my rut. Let’s see…there’s setting the date for my quals, setting up meetings with all of my committee members, getting my experiments to work, figuring out how I want to redo the bathroom that passive aggressive cousin-in-law destroyed, picking my Prius color and package (we decided to go for it, yay!)…to name a few…

So to try to inspire myself to drag myself out of my rut, the song I’ve chosen for this week is All American Rejects – Move Along. The lyrics fit pretty well without any alteration on my part.

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