Your Face (kandigurl) wrote,
Your Face

So, life might be a lot easier to organize if one did not require any sleep. Or, you know, if one didn't have to work 40 hours a week, that'd be good, too. I have about eight billion time-intensive things I either need or want to do, and I'm trying to figure out the best way to get them all taken care of in the snippet of free time I have each day.

So far, getting up at 5 to get yoga out of the way in the morning isn't working so well, despite going to bed at 10:30. It sort of got mucked up Sunday night when I THOUGHT it was about 8 o'clock, so I sat down to watch a movie, when really it was about 10. So I thought, when movie was over, that it was about 10:30ish, when really, it was almost one in the morning. THANKS, COMPUTER CLOCK, FOR BEING SO UNSPEAKABLY WRONG.

Maybe I'll be able to get up for yoga tomorrow, so that I'll at least be getting my yoga in. Doing regular yoga would help! It just doesn't help when it's right after work and I don't get home until 8:30 anyway! Then I still have my German singing thing to work on, and if that doesn't happen this spring I'm going to have to seriously think about whether or not to keep going with it. Then I've got the novel I want to edit, the short story I want to edit and try to submit to magazines and podcasts, and the other novel I want to write.

AND THEN, there are those crazy "friends" I want to hang out with.

I think the government's number one priority should not be climate change or health care, it should be figuring out how to cram more hours into the day.


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