A lot of people ask me how I keep up with my many domains, along with work and university. I was going to write a bit about it in a blog post, but instead, I wrote an article on time management with my personal tips on keeping up with so much stuff.
There are a few other things I have updated, which I have included in the sidebar.
I finally managed to squeeze in some work today. Well, not really squeeze in, but stop procrastinating. I have to do this little assignment where I have to be an “information expert” for a client. We’re given a made-up scenario and we have to find information in relation to that scenario. It pretty much stinks, because we’re expected to find about 100 records, annotated. Hell.
I’ve got a start. One record is a good start, right? Along with part of the written report. :)
I’m going back to university on Tuesday. Stinks. I plan to get half, if not all, of this assignment done by then. Because then I have to work on my huge essay/journal article.
I was eating gummy bears earlier – how I love gummy bears! – after not having had them in a while. I really like my sugar fixes, and I find that lollies, sweets or candy do that a lot better than chocolate.
Chocolate is great, and I know some people prefer chocolate to lollies or the other way around. I prefer the lollies.
There was this one time I ate a whole block of chocolate. I don’t know what I was thinking, LOL. A challenge? I guess so. It was a time I was with my friend, walking to school sport. We had just enough money to buy a block of chocolate each, and in the terrible heat, we didn’t know what else to do with the chocolate except eat it, and no one seemed to want it either. Surprisingly, I didn’t get too sick.
Towards the end of high school last year, we had a few parties during class to celebrate… well, pretty much the end of high school. There was pizza, lollies, chocolate, Krispy Kreme doughnuts, chips, soft drinks, and the like.
Probably the last excuse to pig out before formal/prom, eh? ;)
This partying happened constantly for an entire week. I remember eating so much junk (oh I LOVED the chocolate eclairs; I wouldn’t stop eating them) that I felt very sick and James and Lilian had to constantly feed me water so I could flush all the sugar out of my system. That was terrible.
Some people have comfort foods, which they eat when they’re feeling stressed or down. I admit I do not have comfort foods, and I don’t even think about eating when I am down. A lot of people like ice cream – but I don’t.
I haven’t eaten ice cream for two years. A few years ago someone mentioned something vulgar relating me with a tub of ice cream (when I say vulgar I mean vulgar), and not only did it disgust me, but they hurt me by making that comment. This person also did other things to hurt me, including lying and being pushy.
Feels weird. I eat gelato, but that’s because it has sentimental value to me. James and I have it together a lot. /eee
I’m thinking of opening a recipes website where I display recipes and where people can submit their own. If you are interested and think it’s a great idea let me know; it may or may not go ahead. :)