Olympic Level Responsibility Avoider

Do you think Olympic hurdlers ever get half way through their race, realise they’ve just jumped over a whole bunch of hurdles, and still have a load to go, and wonder why they’re doing it? Or a swimmer, tumbling into their fourth lap and just tiring of swimming? I’m no Olympian and my struggles are…… Continue reading Olympic Level Responsibility Avoider



Yes, you may accuse me of procrastinating. And yes, you’d be right. You might remind me that I have a barely-started assignment due tomorrow, and that exams are in a month and that I’ve been to an average of 3 lectures all trimester. I’d blame work (which in my defence is actually true), and you’d…… Continue reading Watermelon


The Procrastination Infection

Procrastinators must be immortal beings, because they’ll never get around to dying. I get a chuckle out of that, but then I realise that if one’s life is defined by just dragging through the lethargic motions of procrastination, you will not find yourself too lazy to die, but too lazy to live. Look, procrastination usually…… Continue reading The Procrastination Infection

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Don’t Think Too Hard

It’s supposed to be a mentally cleansing exercise to just write whatever comes to mind for a few minutes straight. I like to type when i do this, because thoughts fly around so quickly and i can’t hand write quickly enough. So just write and write and don’t try and come to a specific outcome…… Continue reading Don’t Think Too Hard