There's a hell of a lot of anger in my heart right now. Any time I hear anything about Brexit, I get so worked up it scares me. I shake with rage and frustration; I hate it. I want to be my happy, optimistic self again, but it feels like that can't happen because the country I love has descended into utter stupidity. The only solution is to keep busy and take my mind off it.
And I am busy. These days, I have so much going on, I barely know where to begin. Last night I went to a film festival organisation meeting. I now have a screening in the park to organise, including venue, projector, seating... I have every confidence I can do it - I just need to get cracking.
On top of that, there's a film at school I need to get going with, as well as the exhibition. They're both well on their way though, so I'm pretty confident I'll see them through. Busy though I am, I'm more confident than ever. In fact, when I focus on my day to day life, I become much more cheerful and positive. That, then, is the solution: keep my mind on the tasks at hand, because the second I start to think about events in the wider world, things suddenly seem much darker.