Wednesday, October 24, 2012

The Overwhelming To-Do List

On Monday, I found I had a hard time focusing all day because of the race high. I was still very happy with myself and my accomplishment. Tuesday, I woke up with a looming to-do list that I had to get through for that day. I did it..sorta.

Today is no different.

I have to-do lists for packing, cleaning, school stuff, classes, assignments for the individual classes, sub-parts to those assignments, etc. Yes, there are multiple and yes, I have two alone for today and tomorrow's tasks.

The to-do lists go on and on and on. They're the song that never ends. 

At the same time, I live and die by a good to-do list. They make me feel in control. When I feel super stressed and I'm ready to pull my hair out, I make a to-do list of what I need to do and feel relief for all of two seconds.

Because once you've made the to-do list, you have to mark off all the "to-do's" on it. I admit sometimes, I write down simple things that I've already done just to get myself to continue watching The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

I don't really know where I was going with this post, other than to say that I'm super busy. I have no life and I hate it. I feel really behind on my blog, The Twitter, etc. BUT, those are sacrifices that have to happen sometimes so I can get my degree.

Happy matter how hairy it may seem.

1 comment:

LWLH said...

I feel way more structured and in control when I have my to do list mapped out.

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