Busy day tomorrow. Gonna have to miss school to get everything done. But I am making a decree right now that I will, for the rest of the week, not miss school due to procrastination on my part. I will leave my mom's house for school around 3:15 tomorrow, but before I do, I will.....
1. Wake up and take a shower
2. Complete my ECON homework
3. Complete all quizzes for GENB
4. Look over my stats book,.
5. Make an appointment with the X-Ray tech for my hip.
6. Complete my statistics homework after I get a good grip on what to do (might take all night).
I got really depressed after I missed an assignment, and I stopped using this. Things got horrible, and it reminded me of how much I need to bury this disease in it's own blood before it does just that to me. Nothing is worse than an unproductive weekend. Waking up around 9 tomorrow to take care of some business. Please wish me luck. I still have faith that someday I will beat this horrible fucking curse on my life.
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3 out of 6 isn't great, but it'll have to do.
I am now delving into the awful, gut wrenching world of statistics. I am, no doubt, going to be up for at least four more hours, and spending time in the VA's office trying to get the remainder of it done. If I at least get half of that done and have a good idea how to do the other half, I will consider this night a success.
Furthermore, to improve my time management skills, I am going to order the things to do. Reason being is because if one thing takes up too much time, I will be able to put it off for last so that I can still do things that are time crucial like making appointments or completing homework. Also, I vow to try to complete things before they day that they are due. That way, If I run into something terrible that I cannot solve, I have time for research. I got WAY too angry today at my economics homework. Really, I was angry at myself for putting it off. I think, while I'm thinking about it, I'll make a list tomorrow.
i know exactly how you feel. I pray for strength for you to keep persevering. i have been there many times myself. I too have made a renewed commitment to come here regularly, and try to gain discipline. Hope to see you around :)
the touch of the master's hand: http://procrastinators-anonymous.org/node/1898#comment-27748
"fall down seven times, get up eight" - japanese proverb