Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is not happy that her congressional duties are taking away from her time to do yoga.

While speaking to her supporters in an Instagram video, the New York socialist complained that her new duties as a soon-to-be member of Congress have resulted in her doing less yoga, eating more fast food, and falling asleep with her make-up on.

“I am starting a week of self-care where I am taking the week off and taking care of me. I don’t know how to do that, though, so I would appreciate any and all self-care tips,” she said.

Prior to complaining about not being able to offer “self-care” tips and broadcast herself cooking in the kitchen, Ocasio-Cortez also complained about not being able to pay her rent.

In response to a tweet from The Intercept about possible legislation against lawmakers who own stocks in companies, the 29-year-old socialist claimed she wasn’t allowed to “crash at a place as I wait for rent [money].”

This is the second time in recent months that Ocasio-Cortez has complained about not being able to pay her rent.

Last month, lashed out at the “electoral system” for being unfair because she can’t receive her congressional salary until she’s actually sworn in as a member of Congress.

“I have three months without a salary before I’m a member of Congress, so how do I get an apartment?” Ocasio-Cortez said. “Those little things are very real.”

Rather than getting a job, she has apparently resorted to complaining via Twitter about now having any money.

Since arriving on the political scene earlier this year when she defeated 10-term Rep. Joe Crowley, D-N.Y., Ocasio-Cortez has made countless mind-boggling and ridiculous comments.

Earlier this month, she falsely argued that the Constitutional age restriction to run for president only applies to men. The U.S. Constitution does not say “he” cannot run, but rather “any person.”

Before that, the young socialist threatened Donald Trump Jr., the president’s eldest son, for using a meme to troll her for supporting socialism.

Reports indicate Ocasio-Cortez may have committed an ethics violation with the threat before she’s even sworn into office.

This is also the same woman who claims people are going to die if the U.S. doesn’t address climate change, said Republicans criticizing her on Twitter are “stalking” her, and once admitted “I’m not the expert on this stuff” when asked for specifics on the “Medicare for all” plan she supports.

When she’s not complaining about missing out on yoga classes, Ocasio-Cortez is comparing her election victory in the deep blue New York district to the moon landing and the Civil Rights movement.