Day 8 - Gas in the Tank
This is the second week of using Thesis, and I am trying the Energy formula. I managed to get some of my energy back last week, even amid an illness, so I am curious to see what this blend does.
The boost I got wasn't anything like caffeine jitters; it was smooth and gradually increased clarity and energy.
I wasn't able to notice anything that excited me about this blend but to be fair, it kept the fog away. I must admit that I still have had the back end of Covid to deal with where you end up dealing with Heavy Breathing Theatre. It's the congestion that's left over from the illness, and that is not the most pleasant or joyous circumstance.
Much of the day was thus spent napping on and off again to recuperate from the previous week.
I must admit that the creative juices are flowing more easily now, which is a good thing for me. Somewhere in here, I have come up with a desire to push forward on two fronts besides the obvious novel writing.
I have been considering the idea of a graphic novel series based on Jakub Riser, or even other storylines, maybe the Veil Series, which is an extension or clarification of Riser.
The other facet in my head is a children's book or series I plan to pick out of my daughter's brain and make a reality. She has two stuffed animals that she adores. One is a bear that I think she got for Yule a few years ago and a rabbit she got last year for Ostara.
She says they are best friends, and it seems natural that they should go on adventures together, especially since I got her hooked on the Frog and Toad series.
But let's admit it; you want to know what's in this week's blend, and I of course would not deny you that. Here's the ingredient list:
- Zynamite (Mango Leaf Extract) 300mg
- Sabroxy (Indian Trumpet Tree Extract) 100mg
- Theacrine 100mg
- CDP Choline 300mg
- N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine 300mg
- N-Acetyl Cysteine 500mg
- Caffeine 100mg
- L-Theanine 200mg
I do think that this blend has its uses, although I have not quite determined why last week's blend was so much more profound. It could have been the fact that I was being pulled from such a stagnant place and that was the impact.
Could this one have been the hero if it were first?
I don't really know. It's just great to feel normal again. That's all I can say.