Most days I feel…

How do you feel most days? Explore stories told by people across America about how they feel most days. 

Most days I feel stuck between doing what I love and making money with that and feeling as if I'm not doing enough in my everyday life. I haven't had a traditional 9 to 5 in a while now, and I haven't felt happier, however, I...
Most days I feel burdened by the inability to have what my parents had at my age. Between student loan debt, graduating during the Great Recession, and then my spouse losing their job due to the pandemic, it feels like we can never get ahead. I'm...
Most days I feel like all my hard work is for nothing. But then I remember that I'm working for my future.
Most days I feel like i'm drowning not physically. But mentally i wake up wishing i hadn't waken up at all, i'm constantly stuck in my head trying to find reasons to have a life but the will to live is fleeting and the reasons i...
Most days I feel sad...Sad for the state of the country, world, people, kindness, compassion, caring and hope. When I am out in the world, which is rare these days, I truly would prefer to stay alone in my own space, I try to engage in...
Most days I feel like I'm getting nowhere in my life. I do my school work, and that's really it. I don't really have any interests or hobbies that I'm completely invested in and it's not like I have a ton of friends to talk to...
Most days I feel like not getting out of bed. I feel a heavy burden just holding me down not wanting me to wake up positive. I feel a black cloud just hovering over me.
Most days I feel positive.
Most days I feel grossly inadequate at just about everything. I never feel good enough as a wife, a mother, a teacher, a woman. I don't want to pass this on to my daughter. All I want is for her to feel she is enough because...
Most days I feel consciously grateful from the moment I wake up. I am the benefactor of decisions, struggles, and challenges my elders made. My great-grandmother lived to watch me graduate from college--one of her dreams. My mother was inspired to earn her college degree a...