Stairway to Fulbright: Procrastination
You guys, whoever is reading my rambles, know that I wrote quite a motivational piece on how I am doing GRE prep, with my fancy S.M.A.R.T goals and all. Yeah I did accomplish those goals, partially.. hehehe :)
And after that I have started, surprise Surprise!! (not really) Procrastinating. Keeping a routine is so exhausting. It takes out all the energy just thinking about the tasks that are left in a day. So few hours, so many tasks, SO UNFAIR.
You have to lose something to gain something. I am despising this saying right now, seems like a banality to me, but is not. I am to use the fancy words I am learning as the vocab for GRE Verbal, in order to keep them in my mind. Please ignore them, take their meanings out of context or just simply ignore them.
More of my rants :p
More procrastinating. Oh! did I tell you that alongside the Fulbright prep, I also have a thesis to submit and the deadline is… today. :D I have yet to finish 2 of the 4 chapters, with one of them yet to be started. I should really be writing that, instead of this. I like this platform, I hope I get the motivation to start writing my own blog somewhere that can earn me some money, because I can really use that. DO YOU KNOW HOW EXPENSIVE ADMISSION TESTS ARE? like, tuition fee, I get it (I don’t actually, why pay so much to hard work through the understanding concepts all on your own. The logic behind education being a commodity is beyond me), but even the entrance tests are so freaking expensive. And there is no gaurentee you will get admission based on them because you can fail them. How do they expect us to be motivated to give exams when we know there are overachievers out there stamping all the knowledge on their big brains and cramming everything, even the punctuations.
Everything is so unfair, and I just want to lie down and do nothing for a long long long while.
(But I won’t because I will have anxiety and panic attacks of work being undone, why is my life??)
Till we meet next time!