Hello friends, it's been awhile.
Life lately has been a whirlwind. But when I say that, I mean I've been keeping myself busy accomplishing absolutely nothing. My spring break was this past week, and I planned out everything I was going to do to get ahead in school, but how did I occupy my time? Watching movies, obsessing over boybands, and dominating in Fifa. Not exactly the most productive of weeks.
And so I go back to school unprepared as always. The final rush before graduation is about to be here: projects to finish, oodles and oodles of AP Lit work to sort through, tests to study for, and I'm probably going to regret all the time I wasted a lot. I just have such a hard time forcing myself to do things I don't want to.
Like blog. Evidently, I haven't wanted to blog in two months.
Or read. I haven't read anything for enjoyment in I can't even remember how long.
Do you ever stop enjoying your hobbies? I love reading. I love blogging. Except I never do them anymore. Why?
Oh, because I'm too busy watching movies and tweeting Calum Hood. I must say it really is a shame he never tweeted me back because some of those tweets were gold, and he probably would've really appreciated my humor. I blame the spam of 14-year-olds for his ignorance.
So yeah. Those were my priorities: Doctor Zhivago and a bassist (Doctor Zhivago sucked by the way, such an unlikable main character and subpar acting. I probably should've read the book instead.) And sure I like doing those things in the moment, which is great, but long-term I wish I would've spent my time more wisely, and an overwhelming sense of regret is not great.
It's an ongoing struggle, time management is. But while most people are spring cleaning their homes, I'm going to be spring cleaning my time. It's time to start doing the things I love again, time for me to stop and smell the roses or taste the rainbow or whatever that saying is. Happy spring!