It happens most of the time at work ( busy grocery store), but I sort of zoom out of what is going on around me when I have no customers, I kinda just look in the distance or far off space, and I have so many things going on in my head, but I can't hear any of my thoughts, I just feel my brain racing. Only when I'm actively working and concentrating on ringing up customers, I don't feel my brain racing, more like it's concentrating on what I'm doing, and it must be obvious because customers say "man, she's concentrating now," like they can see the intensity in my eyes or something, weird. I work pretty fast. I feel like I'm in my own little world. I try to tell myself to stop doing it because i know I probably look like a zombie to people, but I don't even notice when I do it. I'll just stop and start staring out the window. Anyone ever felt like that? How do you keep yourself from doing it? It's like I'm here, but not here.
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