I should be sleeping, I know.
But there I was, lying in bed, panicking about the things I should be doing and the courage I need to do those things that I'm panicking about.
I let my mind wander a bit to other happier subjects and that led me down a road of thinking about Japanese and some of the vocabulary I learned/reviewed today.
Then suddenly, it clicked. So, here I am, giddy with the realization that I now know a little more than I did about present continuous action in Japanese.
If ganbarimasu is "I will do my best" and ganbatte is "Do your best," I have now figured out that ganbatteimasu is "I am doing my best."
Tomorrow, ganbarimasu. But in the meantime, I will stop panicking about my life because, honestly, ganbatteimasu.
And that's all that I can ask from myself.