I’m sure it’s the same with most people–a to-do list that’s a mile long, filled with things that you’d rather not do–tedious tasks, energy-dependent assignments that you justdontwannado, excuses, reasons, excuses.
Long story short, I’ve been putting “rest” on my to-do list for a while now.
Scary time when you have to include “resting” among your tasks.
I think updates are in order.
Starting now, blogging and journaling are coming off the backburner. Because, as my grandmother used to say, “what you can do anytime, you won’t do no time.”
Translation: Set aside legitimate time to reflect, to journal, to prep. Trying to fit large things in the cracks in your schedule (10 minutes here, half an hour there) will just elongate the process, not aid in your personal efficiency.
…has anyone found out a way to squeeze a couple more hours into this silly 24-hour day we have going now? No? Ok, just thought I’d ask.
GET EXCITED, BECAUSE COMING UP:
-a gallery review of an exhibit at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts!
-TV review of Game of Thrones season 2 thus far (tag-teamed it with Adam Cohen!)
-updates on my quest to become more politically aware!
-wonderful updates on summer plans, the internship grind, my personal writing, etc!
Miss you too,