Sunday, March 21, 2010

A Day In The Life Of A Procrastinator


I'm going to summarize my day today. I know it's only 7.50 p.m, still early but I don't think I have anything else (a fun night activity) coming right after this. Therefore I decided to summarize my day now, at this exact moment, instead of soon. Plus, I have so many things, assignments to be exact, that I have to do, because I'm a student, a FUCKING student.

Who said being a student is fun? No it isn't. It rocks only during the early days or weekends but when we get to the end of the semester, the assignments take over and invade our comfort zone. The only great thing(s) about being a student is that we get to make friends and ask for money from our parents. We can't ask for money from our parents once we start getting wages. In conclusion, being a student rocks during early semester and turns the other way around when we move towards the end of the semester. Holidays? Well, everybody loves holidays. Except those who work during holidays. 

Back to the original, my day today was extremely BORING. I've made a vow to myself last night that I would start working on my lesson plan today. Well, shoot me. I have not done anything yet. I'm starting to imagine what kind of teacher I would be later. If I were to continue on being like this, I mean being a highly-qualified lazy ass, I should really start informing all the parents not to put their intelligent sons and daughters in my class.

Today, I failed to finish the lesson plan. I should be embarrassed of myself. So, what did I do today? Humph, I did a lot of things today. 

  1. Woke up at 9.45 a.m.
  2. Internet.
  3. Brushed my teeth. 
  4. Showered. 
  5. Did my laundry.
  6. Internet.
  7. Internet.
  8. Internet.
  9. Internet.
  10. Internet.

Well, you see 70% of my time today was alloted to internet. Basically, everyday is like that. Is that bad or good? I don't know. You tell me. If you ask me, I'd die without internet.


I'll be having a test on Literature In ESL Classroom at 12.00 until 2.00. Followed by a presentation on a brief summary (Chapter 21, 22 & 23) of Passage To India, which I have not touched at all. Yes, it's true. I have not read the book. I guess I'm going to have to read the three chapters only since tomorrow is the presentation day and I don't think I can finish reading the whole novel tonight. Yeay, this is just great! I have not studied for the test and my lesson plan is still pending plus the brief summary on the three chapters which I have not covered - life couldn't get any better than this! 

I think I'm going to kill myself tonight. Hahaha. Well, I'm not sure whether you realize it or not, I was only kidding about the suicide part. Not funny? Well, it's OK, I don't mind. I think I'm crazy.

This is a video about the art of procrastination (from a Buddhist point of view) that I took randomly from Youtube. The guy is talking about how people tend to procrastinate one important aspect in life that is HAPPINESS. Some people feel they don't deserve happiness and bla bla bla. The kind of happiness bla bla bla bla. Anyway, just watch (if you want to). There is something worthy there to be pondered upon.

1 comment:

Nerojei said...

I died three weeks ago. TT.TT