How to Effectively Manage Your Time
It’s beginning to look a lot like midterms time. I can’t say I’m too pumped about it. I have a midterm this week, a paper which accompanies said midterm (rude), a project and another paper. Plus all my normal ton of homework. I know everyone’s in the same or similar positions so I won’t get all complainy, I just figured I’d offer some advice as to what one should do during these trying times.
So because of all the things I have going on this week, I decided that today I should finish up the bulk of my normal homework. So obviously that means I’m sitting on my couch writing this blog and watching “Holes” on ABC Family. I also plan to go out to lunch and Google search obscure things. I’ve gotten a head start on the latter as I have already searched whether or not meerkats and warthogs actually hang out in real life or if that was a Disney construction. I’m on the ball!
It’s a Disney construction, by the way.
I’m feeling a little sleepy so I might pull up my readings on the web and start on those so I can induce a nap and feel productive at the same time. It’s this new trick I’ve learned, I really like it.
But seriously, when is this week going to be over? It hasn’t even started and I’m already sick of it. I just want fall break! And I want it now! I want to be able to nap without dreaming about reading things. Plus I’m really behind on Mad Men and that’s getting stressful too.
My mom told me that this is what life is like after college too. You work hard at work, you work hard at home, and then you go back to work. Repeat. That sounds awful. Why can’t I just go to concerts and movies and take naps? There has to be someone out there who would pay me to do those things. Maybe I can make myself the object of some scientific research where people just watch me do all the things I like to do and I get paid for it. I’m going to put an ad out on Craig’s list and see if anyone wants to get involved.
In the meantime, I’m going to finish watching this movie and pretend like I don’t have things to do.
How did I get into college?