Got up. Cranked the temperature to 30degrees. Good to go baby.
With me going back to university in the next little while, and being about to board my plane back to New Zealand, I have discovered a new (probably not but whatever) phenomenon in which the subject (me) finds that the more stuff they have to get done, the less they do. I’m going to coin it the over stimulation induced laziness syndrome. Do people get rich when they coin stuff? I’m going to be a millionaire.
This paradoxical phenomenon is the reason why for every extra thing on my to do list, I am forced to spend one extra hour minimum doing nothing and/or lying in bed. Maybe I should write an algorithm for this, oh wait I’m not that smart.
A typical day on ones life who is afflicted by this condition (me) would look like this:
Wake up. Mentally visualise to do list. Be forced to hit snooze, at least one hour.
Get up. Breakfast. Look at to do list. Procrastinate by cleaning the bathroom/kitchen/cat/whatever is not on the to do list.
Spend two hours on the internet. Achieve nothing.
Decide I don’t need to do any of the items on the to do list and fantasise about how my life would be if I were Tay Tay swift.
Paint nails and call it a day.
Going out to dinner is also optional, and highly recommended, not for productivity but for general happiness. The hamburger below was too beastie for even me to finish. I highly disapproved of myself for not being able to push through the last part, it is not often I encounter a burger I cant finish but I promise I will try harder next time.
Not finishing the burger was somewhat worth it though, as it enabled me to partake in the below insanely delicious beast. The photo honestly doesn’t do it justice as to how huge it was. Apple pie/crumble is one of my favourite things in the whole world and while this wasn’t as good as my mum’s version (what ever is?!) this was pretty darn phenomenal. Maximum capacity fullness was achieved.
Perfect fuel for saying see you later to Curtis and for 24hrs on the plane. Wish me luck!
Is anyone else affected by this syndrome?
What dessert did you eat today?