Things that drain my energy:
-reading Twitter drama is actually kind of stressful, even though I find it highly entertaining sometimes
-thinking about chores I have to do and not doing them or making a plan to do them
-when I feel like everyone on Facebook is doing fun things except me (my theory is that many people just post when they are doing something awesome, so you are comparing your normal life to many people's most awesome moments of the day/month/year, which duh, isn't going to be as awesome).
-doing kanji reviews and failing a lot of them
-not knowing what to cook
-thinking about having to drive somewhere (I know this is pathetic)
-worrying about what other people think about how I don't care what they think (some obvious problems there)
Things that energize me:
-Doing yoga in the morning, I guess?
-dance parties with myself (need more of this in my life)
-playing certain games for under an hour can get my adrenaline going, but it's like, stressful at the same time? and most of the time I play games it's more to zone out because I'm tired.
-meditating and taking some time in the day to identify thoughts that drain me (above) and then self-talking myself into not spazing about things
-learning fun facts/studying something, marked by some sort of accomplishment like finishing a book
-actually organizing things and tidying makes me feel productive, but most of the time I don't like doing it U_U
-planning to do something and then doing it! Nothing like good plans. This includes making a planned dinner, going on planned errands, or writing a blog post. Maybe I'm getting "feeling good about myself" confused with "energized"? Oh well, I'm just brainstorming here.
-feeling happy for someone on Facebook, or feeling validated when I read about how I have Mormon feminist friends
So yeah, I should plan more and worry less and Twitter less, and hang out with people who think exactly the same as I do! >_> well, some of that might happen.