no, this isn’t some sort of cheesy emo song title. Am posting my November resolutions here!
1. keep drink lots of water and green tea!
2. eat healthy, fulfilling breakfast!
3. eat natural, non-processed food!
4. sleep better and longer!
5. STOP PROCRASTINATING!
6. don’t obsess over $$ so much – the small joys are worthy too!
7. delegate “relax time” everyday – even just 15min minutes is good!
8. stretch every morning and night
9 keep my room clean and tidy!
10. be grateful!
apologies, apologies, apologies!
I am in hiding here (in the form of that cunning, manipulative beast that is procrastination) from the wrath of my linguistic anthropology paper. The dear thing is due in 2 days and I’ve got its shadow pinned down. But the trouble is it keeps trying to escape and I’ve having a hard time pining down my final paragraphs…
I have been working myself to the bone lately and i worry for my health. I have been drinking way too much coffee but I don’t know how else to stay afloat. I have to juggle school, work, family (to a very small extend – my parents have been very understanding of my inability to relax) and friends (those bitches who are done with their midterms while I have 2 more and a paper due!).
So the only ting I can sacrifice is from myself: SLEEP
My bank account is suffering too. I’m eating out and buying coffee every single day because I just have no time nor patience to make any at home. In fact, I only have skim milk in the fridge, which when mixed in coffee, tastes like water. Eughh!
But, all in all, I am very happy – which is the most important thing. My life is full of delightful, delightful preoccupations and I’d rather be exhausted and happy than bored and well rested!
I shall resurface soon, i promise~~
what is it about fall that makes me want to just lounge? the still green grass, the crisp, cool air (that doesn’t create havoc with my hair), the specks of waning but still brilliant sunshine through the leafy canopy overhead… all of it is perfect.
and yet i can’t enjoy it. so much to do, so much to read, so much to write, so much to prepare for. Just when you think you’ve got a decent grasp of symbolic logic, LOGIC2010 comes out with another unfathomable problem set.