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Here we go again

Monday, March 11, 2013

You would think that as a fifth year, final semester senior I would finally stop procrastinating with the small things. But no. I don't know how to "just do it." I have to find every viable excuse in the book, because it's "just 500 words," and then of course my *tiny* idea turns into something HUGE but I have to squish it into a page and a half of text.

In other words, I crafted a sweater from an ugly sweatshirt last night, and then I blogged, and THEN I wrote my measly 500-word topic argument. And then I went to bed. But I couldn't fall asleep. So it was 4am by the time I conked out.

But, I hopefully have a meeting with a friend this morning, so 4.5 hours later I am wide awake. Didn't hit the snooze button, didn't moan or groan (although my stomach is growling) and I am about to hit the shower.

I don't like being this tired. Especially since I also couldn't sleep Saturday night, and spent all of Sunday yawning through teaching a Sunday school class for sixth-graders and then yawning through our afternoon outings. I tried to take a long nap before the hubby went to work, but I couldn't fall asleep (again), so I tried again after he left, and STILL couldn't nap. I am an excellent napper, especially snuggled with the dog, but found no success.

So here's to another long, sleepy, yawn-filled day.
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KING_SLAYER 3/11/2013 3:10PM

    TO help with the procrastination, try giving yourself a shorter deadline. For instance, if you were at work and had to file a report by the end of the day, you'd spend all day working on it, slowly. But if you got a phone call from home saying that you HAD to be home in a half hour, you could write that report in 15 minutes so you could get out of there! So next time you have an assignment due in a week, set your deadline for tomorrow instead and get it done! (takes some time to really implement because you still know that it's not actually due tomorrow, but if you keep at it, you can make it work).

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KOFFEENUT 3/11/2013 12:29PM

    I don't know about you, but the time change in the spring consistently messes up my sleep patterns! I wasn't able to nap, either, in spite of being tired. Hopefully you get some quality sleep TONIGHT!

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LISA_SUMNER08 3/11/2013 10:15AM

    I've been having problems sleeping this weekend as well! You think it has anything to do with the time change? I'm usually GREAT at napping and falling asleep at night. hope you get some much needed rest tonight!

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