Tagged: time management

Time Travel: thoughts from my East Coast visit


I stepped out of the airport to a blast of heat, inwardly grumbling at the prospect of quickly becoming drenched in sweat as I lugged my bags toward the car. However, as the week went on, I quickly found myself adjusting to the heavy, humid air as my cousin and I roamed the streets of DC and New York City.

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The Great Give-Up (In Which I Don’t Actually Give Up)

There will be that point with everything in which giving up seems like the best option.

Whether this is with schoolwork, drawings, or learning how to do cartwheels, there’s always that moment when it feels like you simply don’t have the physical or mental capacity to keep up with everything.

This is that point with this blog.

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Pressure and Challenge: What’s the Difference?

Deadlines can be really irritating.

But then other times, they’ll be the only things that keep the entire operation moving.

Some people can manage work under pressure, maybe even do better, and then there are others who don’t handle it quite as well. I personally am one of those people who can live with it, maybe even produce something great out of it… but I don’t like it.

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This Week’s Episode: The Ability to Breathe Has Returned

First off, happy S.A.D. everyone!

(that stands for Singles Awareness Day if there were any unaware spectators floating out in the internet cloud)

I spent my S.A.D. with homework, music, and ice cream. Sweet, delicious ice cream. Not a bad time at all, if you ask me- but that isn’t the point. The point is that I CAN BREATHE AGAIN!!!

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