Ugh. (-_-)zzZZZZZ

I’m unable to talk about a book like I *teased* in the last post, primarily from being too bogged down with actual work.

Reading of the said book has been stuck, optimistically speaking, in a rut and here’s how I vent.
No, I’m sorry, it’s not fair to take all my tired, overworked, pent-up exasperation on the Internet.

I’m filled up to the brim with midterms, even with discovering that a midterm I thought was tomorrow is ACTUALLY happening NEXT Tuesday. Even so, I’ve got to cram lots and lots and lots of frankly unappealing microeconomic theory into this fervently protesting brain. And after a good half- a day of studying so, I’ve learnt one thing: I will NEVER become a good businessman.

Of course, all this work doesn’t mean I’ve had to give up my ‘entertainment’ pursuits completely. I HAVE been reading this book, albeit in small bursts. I HAVE been watching a new anime. I HAVE been watching a TV show. I HAVE been going out on occasionally and having quite a good time whenever I do, so it’s not all bad. I suppose.

What else? Uh, well, not much else happening really. Oh except I’m trying to land a spot as a writer in the college newspaper. But other than that, which is moving along at snail’s pace (mostly because of my own lethargic efforts of emailing the editor), my life is pretty run of the mill.

Here I am slowly working my way to a BA in IAS with a few minors in tow, quarter by quarter.
If, at the end of five years, you can’t find me, look for me under “Perpetually Tired and Sleep-deprived”




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