The experiment of having nothing to do.
So, I graduated. I did this, by procrastinating like there was no tomorrow, and pulled through so last minute that I did not get into the Masters-Programme, simply because bureaucracy is not adjusted to procrastinators and I didn't get a verification on time.
Sadly, that was so devastating and dissappointing I completely forgot to be happy about having managed to graduate, but then Procrastination tends to eat away happiness in achievements.
So, now I have two-and-a-half months left, with nothing to do. After the first feeling of desaster, I started thinking about my "hidden to-do list", all the things that I have been putting up, so I could procrastinate on studying by watching videos on youtube. Its mainly a list of creative passion-projects, hobbies and friends I haven't met in a while. But thats all stuff I can do or not do. I didn't tell anyone about the list, so there is no pressure from outside and no demand-resistance.
All thats on the solid to-do-list, like getting an apartment and moving can only be done in February. And of course, neverending household tasks, but since I live on my own, nobody can push me here either.
Its been 20 days of this now, and this is what I found:
I find the stuff I procrastinated with so boring, that I do not even think about them (Blogs, video-games, shopping sites) and stuff that I thought would be more exciting than studying is not interesting either. This way, I am in a vaccuum.
Does that mean, I need something to procrastinate on so I move at all?