I have a lot of work to do.
I would list out all the things here, but 1) that would take too long and 2) I already have a handy-dandy list of things I have to do pinned up to my wall next to my new desk. But my point is, life is hectic.
My chemistry class finally ended. I have two weeks until school starts. Part of me is jittery with excitement for the first day of sophomore year, but there’s also that part that’s uncomfortably squirming at the thought of work.
So I better make sure to use every day left of my summer to its full extent.
There’s just too much to do in life and not enough time to accomplish it.
At least, that seems to be my excuse.
I was talking to my mom the other day, and she was telling me about how she watched a video (or read an article? I don’t quite remember to be honest) about procrastination, and the reason that people don’t get things done. According to whatever it was that she watched or read, the reason is the reasons.
At first I was a bit puzzled. I didn’t know at all what she meant. After all, procrastination is just finding reasons to do anything but the-
And that’s when I got it.