I make a plan. And then backtrack a little

It’s finally the weekend and regardless of the work I have looming ahead of me over the weekend, Fridays will definitely be a chilled out day for me. But this has got me thinking. What with all the college-ing I’m doing, posting regularly here is hard, not because I don’t have time but because I don’t have much to write about. True, classes and illuminating and interesting, but I can’t write a post about perceptional dialectology. That’s just plain ridiculous since this isn’t a blog for me to talk about lessons anymore.

So from here on out, I’ll be doing post schedules. That is regular posts thrice a week. On Tuesdays, I will be discussing a piece of entertainment: be it an anime, TV show, Book or movie. Or even comic strip. On Friday will be ramble posts, where I talk about my normal, real life giving you guys anecdotal glimpses into my life as a freshman  college student.

And on Sundays will be….um…wow, look at that I’m already having a hard time with this. You know what? I’m just going to wing it.


That’s not going to work. You know it isn’t so you might as well actually figure something out. On Sunday….a weekend recap seems rather pointless but I don’t know. I could do it. I don’t know. I mean unless something actually big happens every weekend (which I don’t think it will even though this IS American) my Sunday posts would be very humdrum. Very, very, very humdrum. So……no sunday posts?

Yep, until I come up with a better idea (and seeing as it’s me we’re talking about here, this COULD BE forever) no posts on Sunday. It’s SUNDAY PEOPLE. LIVE WITH IT.

He. He. He. Granted, Uncle Vernon wasn’t talking about WordPress posts but even so, this is too good a GIF to waste.

Well, I now have way too much Friday Procrastination to do so BYEEEE


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