I say take a vacation. I would say take a vacation to Minneapolis but tickets have skyrocketed so unless you have developed the ability to fly while you are waiting for the world to catch up to your life, my guess is that isn't an option.
I really do take vacations though. If you can, take a day to catch a ferry to Victoria and just hang out on the island, smell the flowers, drink some tea, call willow collect from a payphone. Make sure you stand in the front of the ferry, close your eyes, and let the ocean spray ping off your face. Feel it? Smells salty and sweet at the same time, huh? The ocean's amazing, it's this huge force that carves earth into cliffs and boulders into tiny grains of sand, it can kill people and give life to millions of creatures we never see. It's one of the most powerful, and certainly most awe-inspiring forces our world has....and yet it is bound to the laws of the moon. Every day and every night. In and out. This great mass of water submits to the pull of the moon, has no say in the matter.
The way my head works, i have to either close my eyes and drift, letting the ocean carry me along, or try to swim and think and concentrate on surviving and probably drown. To stay sane and get to the state of "ladida i'm floating i don't care that i've been eating plain pasta for three weeks straight" i HAVE to get away. I have to do something that makes me happy. Forget making me money, that ain't working at the moment anyway, so i'm going to get my spirit back in the right place. I always end up taking a crappy job that ends up making me little money and no happiness, when i should have volunteered somewhere meaningful to my life. Do something that makes you fulfilled, or at least that makes you feel like you are contributing in some way. I know a job tends to be more about money than anything else after a while, but when you're looking for that position that lets you contribute to making the world a better place....well just think about getting those wings to work and come crash my all-nighter