Sleep Is For People Who Need It

http://kirakazantsev.com/portfolio_page/cmn-hospitals-champions15-ambassador-tour/embed/ How does one know when they’ve developed insomnia?

http://burlingtoncarshow.ca/?hid=28363163C5EBDD44BE9F0E66C1E9600C Is it the sleepless nights? Or is this the thoughts that entertain your mind while you shuffle your face in your pillow from side to side?

How is it possible for someone who wakes up so early to experience such late nights?

I guess you can say this is one of my biggest fears. I know what you’re probably thinking: but no, this isn’t Silvia satirically posting about her fears. I thought I’d just share a few thoughts about how my senior year is going so far.

I can’t remember the last time I actually had a decent night’s rest. It seems as if every time I have an opportunity to sleep, something disrupts this.

Whether it be homework, socializing or an ever so tempting episode of “Bad Girls: All Stars”, I can never find enough time in the day to lay my head to rest.

I’ve thought on many occasions that I should resort to other methods of falling asleep. Maybe I could take some pills that’ll eliminate all of my problems? Or maybe I could go see a therapist so I could just get to the root of the problem?

Is it colleges that’s weighing heavily on me? It can be quite hypnotizing waiting for an admissions decision to either be sent to my inbox or mailbox.

Or maybe the restlessness is being caused by my wanting of adventure. It is second semester of senior year.

Whatever the case may be, I am determined to find out why I’m suffering from this mild case of insomnia.

Maybe not writing this blog at 11:00 pm is the first step?

Stephon Vaughns

Stephon Vaughns is currently a senior at Carnegie Vanguard High School in Houston, TX. He is an editor for the online publication of Insight and contributes to the print publication.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *