How are you?
I was wondering if you would mind taking the day off from being a mum, a wife, a dog walker, a cleaner, a cook and a paper loving makery person?
If you would, I think it would be such a great idea to go and take some pictures in the lake district (providing the day is clear and bright of course which is taking a risk because - as you know - that shiny thing called "the sun" don't often glow in these parts). Take your Nikon D2x, your 10-20mm, 70-300 and your 24-60mm lens, a couple of butties, a flash unit, a tripod and a copy of Heat Magazine (naturally) plus a groundsheet (maybe a radio) and get yourself out of the doom and gloom of those claustrophobic walls.
Go on, go git.
Whilst there, waiting to take a picture of something spectacular (naturally), you can go over some of the stuff you have been mulling over for a few days now. You can decide which route to take. Path a, b or c. I know that this will be a freaking nightmare, decision making is not your forte. Weighing up the odds and costs of each decision will no doubt drive you insane as your thoughts take you to dark, dark places. Its akin to robbing Peter to pay Paul to make those choices. What if? Can I? Risk this? Drop that? Increase these?
Then when you have made your mind up of whether you want the entire Sex and the city DVD collection or £100 worth of iPod vouchers or a 2 day photography workshop in Scotland or sell some camera equipment to pay for a new laptop etc etc blah blah blah - then you can come home and refrain from banging your head against the four walls of your house.