I wonder why I get these days sometime. Sometime, I just wake up, with the urge to sleep in, and grab some more extra hours of sleep. And that was what I exactly did yesterday, I just slept.
I had grandiose plans of cleaning the house, vacuuming the floor and polishing the bathroom, but it all did not happen. I just slept, sat down, and read my book. It was as if all the energy in my body left me.
Anyway, that is going to change now. I guess I just paid my sleep debts for the past week. And now, I am up, and I have work to do.
I suppose it would be interesting to see how the brain handles these motivational episodes. What is in the brain that fires that makes a person get up and do things? I suppose neuropsychologists have already figured this out. Say, you see a cake in front of you, what fires that sends the command to your limbs to reach out and grab it? And in a higher level, if you have certain tasks that you want to do for the day, what fires in your brain to tell your body to do it?