Firstly, before I forget, let me give you the link below.
For anyone who didn't get to listen to my Dad on Pause for Thought on Friday, click away and have a listen. He's brilliant. Not that I'm biased or anything.
Secondly, I would like to make a formal complaint to the Wimbledon Tennis Club. You are a continual distraction from my very important list of things to do, and its just not good enough. There's 6 more days of tennis and I've got far more urgent things to be getting on with, yet you keep on drawing me in with your gripping matches. Its shocking really.
I should have a third point, but I don't think I can find it right now.
Life has been a little crazy lately, and so it was utterly delightful to have a relaxing weekend. I didn't really worry or get anxious about anything. Which is pretty unheard of. Although Mr B informs me that my teeth grinding at night is pretty unbearable. Any other teeth grinders out there? I'm utterly unaware that I do it. But sometimes in the day my jaw often hurts, and I'm guessing that's the reason why...
'Studies have shown that almost 70% of sleep bruxism cases are a result of stress
or anxiety that affects people subconsciously while they are asleep.' Source, NHS website.
Not all web related health research is helpful, but the NHS website is rather good I think. Rather enlightening that teeth grinding seems to be linked to anxiety. It also informs me that headaches are one of the symptoms. And I do suffer a lot from pesky headaches.