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The Brief Nature of Friendship in Adult Life

If you’ve read this blog for a while then you know I’m all about that friendship and have written several posts about that particular subject since 2012 because I love it and I have opinions to share. And today I’m returning to that topic of friendship and how they can be all too brief when we grow up.

You see friendship like any relationship is one that everyone deserves to have. It is our ties to people that gives us strength and support, helps us along our journeys and makes life more enriching fun in general. And for some they have friends but then lose them and I think those connections break down because of:

  • Hanging in different social circles
  • Moving away from each other
  • Changes in personality
  • Trying to maintain long distance relationships
  • Or simply not having the time to meet

Whatever the case maybe, things don’t work out and so, as an adult, the landscape of making friends is every different from it works in the world of education.

The Brief Encounters

In school, college and university its different, in that landscape you’re essentially thrown into a space with other people and you can make the choice socialize or not, but in most cases you make friends and start forming those important bonds. However with life, once you once university kicks in or you get a job, then things get trickery with not only your established friends but also making new ones.

One of the worst things for me is the brief encounters we share as adults. Even with old friends, once you get a full-time job or start a family, everything comes down to scheduling, and even when you finally get around to seeing said person you’ll probably only have a few hours together before having to shoot off again. Or when it comes to new friends, you could meet someone or several people you get on with so well, whether you’re similar in personality or love for the same music or are complete opposites that attract. Whatever the case is these are people spend a short time with, but enjoy being around, they could be work colleagues, fellow volunteers or people you meet on a night out or abroad, but when the job, event or situation ends, you’ll never see those people again. It sucks when you’re surrounded by such awesome individuals, but then they’re gone almost as quickly as you met. Since going to university I’ve met countless people who have become some of my favourite mates or friends for one day or a nights out or a few months off and on when we’ve seen each other. Even this year while volunteering I met such a colourful set of diverse and great people who I will probably never see again and it kind of hurts that these people will exist only in my memories now and nothing more.

revolving doorSometimes adult friendships feel a lot like this ^^

The Long-Term Connections That Break

There a lot of people who I thought I’d be friends with forever, but those connections faded. Now some of those break-ups are partly my fault but there are others at fault as well, but it all comes down to circumstance and time, life’s to unpredictable to make any assumptions on anything, especially relationships. Sometimes shit happens and things that were long-term become short or disappear entirely. Obviously if the emotional tether is there then your relationship will survive any storm, but there are times when you’re surprised to see those connections you believed to be so strong, broken so easily. I’ve had to learn the hard way what its like to lose friends through college and university. I used to be under the dumb assumptions that it was awesome to have many friends and thought I’d be cool with everyone I knew forever, but obviously things never turned out that way. I know that I’m forgetful, don’t reach out enough and sometimes make plans with people only to cancel later on because of a more pressing matter. But anyone who knows me knows that I commit 110% to them and no matter how long we’re apart, we’ll pick up where we left off on our next encounter.

Goku-and-Krillin_DBEp95_1It is those people, the ones who you don’t see all the time but can instantly reconnect with who are the best. I am extremely grateful for those who have yet to give up on me and consider our friendship as close as family. That stuff is special.

It just hurts when a friendship ends when it comes to someone you really care about, and in most cases most people simply drift apart with no significant reason as to why. Those are the one’s that can be random and troubling as you may wonder what happened for things to end up as they have. I know I questioned it heavily when some of my friends started dropping off my radar in college, I started to think I was a bad person and attempted to try and keep all the connections alive, but failed miserably. In the end I’ve accepted that some those who know and respect me will be around for the long haul and circle of good friends have never tighter, though I’ve also noticed that there will be brief friendships that come and go and while they will vary in their level of significance but there will always be someone new around the corner.

Thanks for reading and hopefully you found this somewhat informative and if you have anything you’d like to contribute about this subject matter please comment below and I’ll see ya on the next blog post.


Posted by on November 2, 2015 in Life


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Rant 16: I Don’t Like It When People Waste Food Howdy people and welcome to another instalment in my blogging rants. It feels like ages since I’ve done of these types of posts (just over a year) so I thought it was about time I started it up again. And today’s rant will be on something I’ve been meaning to write about for a while, and that is people who waste food and why it bothers me.

Now this is something that most people have done at one point or another (myself included) and usually it is not my choice, normally when food is wasted it is due to either not liking what you’re eating or the more common option is that you’re full and can’t finish the rest… HOWEVER! This blog post is directed at those who are self-aware, buy food and then chooses to waste it later, that’s the kind of shit that brings my piss to a boil yo!

So I’m going to present you with a few scenarios of where this kind of stuff happens.

Fast Food Places


This is the main pet peeve when it comes to wasting food. Several times after nights out whether I’m just leaving the club and going home or leaving the house the morning after I always end up seeing boxes of chicken and chips or fish and chips or pizza just dashed on the floor. It could be half eaten, 3/4’s of the way done or completely untouched and that just bugs me. Why buy food if you’re not going to finish it? Now I’ve heard the popular argument, “Oh but if you’re drunk you may get full or not want to finish your food.” Well I have two things to say about that: 1) Know what your stomach is feeling before you buy your food! If you know you’re only a bit hungry buy a smaller portion of food or don’t buy anything at all! And 2) If you’re buying food that you can’t finish, bring it home and finish it in the morning! I know chips aren’t salvageable after a night out (don’t try microwaves or ovens, it don’t work), but with chicken, burgers, pizza or garlic bread, that stuff still tastes good in the morning. Trust me, I was a uni student and it worked just fine for me and plenty of the other people I knew.



Since I’ve worked in establishments as waiter I’ve seen first-hand how certain customers come in, order food, barely touch it and then leave. What the hell man? Why even come out and pay for food if you’re not going to eat it? Seems so pointless. Other times they’ll get through half of it and give up. If you know you can’t finish it all, get it in a take away container when you go home, I know with pubs that’s not really an option, but with a good few restaurants that it is an option, so why not take advantage? I just don’t get people sometimes. I know you can underestimate the amount of food your stomach can handle or you can try food for the first time and not like it, but I would say just stick to what you know and be sure you can finish it.

At Home


This is a different kind of environment when it comes to wasting good. But it normally comes in the form of making food and not wanting to finish it because you’re full or experimented with flavours and ruined the food or ate some, left some for later but then left it too long to go off date. I know I have gotten rid of food I didn’t want to eat but it is mainly due to very quick expiry dates rather than making something I didn’t want to eat. I still get pissed at myself when I can’t finish food because I love to eat and I’d rather get the full value of my food eating experience.

Well that’s another rant over. Hopefully this has been somewhat insightful and if you’ve had any similar experiences please be sure to comment about it in comments below. Until the next time people, laters. 🙂


Posted by on August 18, 2015 in Life, Rant


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The End of An Era: Finishing University

Howdy ladies and gents today I just wanted to make a short blog post about something that has been on my mind recently and that is the fact that the university part of my life is over. Now I’ve made one or two blog posts about becoming free of university and embracing the real world, but at times, I still feel like I haven’t escaped that lifestyle yet and while I don’t miss the educational side of things, I miss the city of Sheffield and all of my peeps. But after last week, I think I can say that I am just about ready to move on.

Now last week was pretty hectic week for me, I went to see someone about an internship, then saw Jack White at the O2, and even went for an interview for a job on a farm in the middle of nowhere, but none of that was as significant as Thursday, the day I graduated from uni.

misc-freddie-mercury-lThat’s how I felt when I got my moment in the sun on graduation day.

Unlike more uni’s that graduated from uni in July, mine happens to do it in November and for months I’ve been waiting for this day just wondering how it would turn out.Would I get from Luton to Sheffield on time? Would I be able to see all of my friends? Will I be able to get up on stage without doing anything embarrassing? Would I get to throw my hat in the air? Lots of questions, but no way to know until I got there.. Luckily for the most part the day was perfect. Getting up to Sheffield was a task, had to leave my house around 6:20am and drive up the motorway enduring traffic and pit stop because my family needed a toilet break. That being said, I got to Sheffield before the ceremony started, got my robes and official photos taken with time to spare. So much work and so much running around, bloody hell, I was so frantic. I got to the hall, met up with my friends again and endured the graduation of 300+ students. Luckily my department was first and we gave them a good show, but after that, the ceremony went on forever, so many students had special titles and so many of them got talked to while up on stage, it was SO painful, that being said it was fun and humourous at times. When everything had ended I got to chat and hang with me mate and take a good few pictures, it was a delightful and beautiful few moments of fun and nostalgia. I love my uni friends and seeing a few of them for the first time in four to five months was so special. After all the pictures, I went for food at Pizza Hut which was nice, never eaten so much pizza in a while.


Me on graduaion day, yeah I know, not a very flattering picture but heck I did what I could haha.

After all that build up and hype, graduation is over and my ties to university have officially been severed. Now I pretty much have no reason to  go back to Sheffield when it comes to uni and I feel like that is important factor. For months now I have been done with my course and got my grade certificates and everything, but graduation felt like the final piece of the post-graduate uni puzzle that needed to be solved, and now that part is done, I feel like everything is done and dusted. It feels mental that I can look back to three years ago and I was just starting my uni adventure, making friends, playing games and living away from home. Even though most of my time for first year is pretty hazy now, I still remember a lot of uni life like it was yesterday. Remembering the house parties, late night gaming sessions, going for takeaways, spending long hours in the library, etc. It feels like a lifetime ago now, but at the same time I can recall it as clearly as I see things in life now. Such badman times.

In the end, that point in my life has passed and now I have to grow up (unfortunately) and move on. Graduation was the final step in finishing uni and now that’s sorted, everything is complete. Thursday was a good day and I know that I’ll want to go back to Sheffield sooner rather than later, but for now I’m just glad I got through uni without falling part haha. 😀

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Posted by on November 24, 2014 in Life


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Three Year Anniversary On WordPress! Woo!

Howdy ladies and gents, just a quick post today about me and this blog of mine. Yesterday marks my three-year anniversary since I joined WordPress back in September 2011. Yeah, I’ve been lurking around for that long lol.


Even though I knew that I would be doing this blog for longer than three years, it is still pretty mental to think that I’ve been blogging consistently for this long. This started out as a pastime and than evolved into something I take a little more seriously, like a serious hobby, if that makes any sense. Instead of just doing film reviews and talking about random things in my life, I’ve done month-long film and video game marathons, I’ve down reviews of TV shows and music, I talk about news relating to film and sometimes TV and video games and I have a series of rants as well. As you can see this blog went from having just one primary function to a whole load of other functions.

I’ve also learnt a lot about blogging, grammar in general (which I’m still trying to improve) and overall I’ still trying to figure out how to make this blog a successful one. Oh and obviously I’ve made some lovely online mates along the way who are such beautiful people and have cracking blogs of their own which have given me great amounts of reading material too.

So what’s next? Well I have a lot of summer plans that fell through due to me not have a laptop for almost a month, so I have a month of film reviews coming, some music album reviews and some other random blogs and rants on the horizon, so look forward to that when it comes.

In conclusion, thanks to all my blogging peeps and anyone who has read this mental blog for the last three years and here’s to three more or ten! Cheers! 😀


Posted by on September 27, 2014 in Life


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September’s Here & Summer’s Over.

Hey, hey, hey ladies and gents of the internet. Time for a quick blog post before I go back into work mode and today I wish to talk about the fact that the summer is over and how September has crept up on us so quickly.


This seems to happen a lot and every year still surprises me how quickly it happens. Summer is there, you’re in the thick of it, either enjoying yourself or you’re bored out of your mind for days on end. Whatever your scenario is, the summer feels long while you’re in it. But you never notice the days go by and sure enough, it is the last week or August and you’re like “Where the shag did the summer go?” And before you even have time to blink it is September and all those happy thoughts you had about your free time, holidays or hang sessions with your friends and family are pretty much dashed aside as the normality of life kicks in once again. For kids, teenagers or young adults, it pretty much means back to school, college or university, however, if you’re not in the education bubble, then it means nothing besides going to work, and if you’re old enough then you’ll probably have been doing that over the summer and way before that if you’re in full-time or part-time work. For me, I used to be in the education bubble and for the last 8 years since I always had the feeling of dread/excitement when I knew I had to return to college or uni, but now I don’t have that. Since I finished uni in June, I’ve technically become an adult and have been working over the summer. It is only just dawning on me that I have nothing to go back to in September, that my life really has nothing major to return to and it is a relief and yet kind of surreal at the same time. The only thing I never look forward to at this time of the year is the return of annoyingly load school children, uni Freshers and the football season as well (god I despise it, it takes up too much TV time at my house).


I dunno, September always represented the end of good times and the start of boring and dull routines (as the image above suggests), that being said, since I have no educational ties, I wonder where does life go for me now? I mean besides being a barman, I have no other regular commitments to tend to and it feels weird. That being said, there is much to look forward to on the horizon. TV is finally gonna get interesting again with the return of some of my favourite TV shows including, Castle, Boardwalk Empire, Parks and Recreation, Arrow and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and then there’s all the new TV that will appear including Gotham and The Flash among others. Then I’ll have the Tokyo Game Show coverage taking place in a few weeks where hopefully I’ll get some juicy video game announcements and footage too.

So yeah, while I’m gutted that the summer is over I know there is good stuff on the horizon. Now I only have one question to ask you lot:

Dude blog # 1Be sure to comment below and let me know yo. 😀


Posted by on September 2, 2014 in Life


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Fear of Change

Good day to all who may be reading this blog post, recently I talked about the joy of freedom of being free from the place I know as university and to be honest I’m loving the freedom, it feels delightful and I can finally do all the things I wasn’t able to do because education was constantly blocking me. That being said, there is a cloud of uncertainty that now starts to float above my head and many questions that run through my head, but the one I ask now is “What happens now?”


For the longest time I was ready for university to be over and I counted down the days, weeks, months leading up to this point in time, but just like a lot of things in life, when something finally happens after waiting for so long it feels incredibly surreal and hard is kind of hard to react to.

It wasn’t until the month of June dropped where I realized that my uni adventure is really over, what I mean by that is the fact that is even though uni work is over, my uni adventure has been very much attached to being a resident of Sheffield, but since I don’t have the power to stay here I have to go back home at the end of the month and that thought scares me. Now you could be asking “Why not stay there if you like it so much?” Easy, one word: money. You could then ask “Then why don’t you get a job.” I technically have one but the hours aren’t long enough to sustain me in a new property. It is frustrating because at the start of the year I was like “Yeah everything’s sorted, I have a friend to live with in July, I’ll be up here and won’t have to leave yet, yay!” However things just changed and fell apart over the last three months so I have nothing set in stone. And what’s worse is I went home and caught up with an old friend and I was explaining my situation to her and she told me all these things I have never considered like: 1) Getting my own place and paying separate bills. 2) Dealing with council tax. 3) Deciding whether to work/live back at home or up in Sheffield. And there was all these other adult-related scenarios she was quizzing me with and it made me realize how naive and immature I must be. And this leads me into the title of this blog post, I fear change.

For the longest time I have been one of those people who is content with the way things are, I like living in the here and now. I love the past, nostalgia is great and the present is good because it is the present and it is comfortable. Sure I look forward to the future, but at the same time it is so unclear and depending on the change it can seriously change your life, sometimes for the worse and it can be hard to adjust to. For me I find it hard to transition to anything alien to me, that’s why it took me so long to find my rhythm in college and even uni had a bit of a rough point for me. But right now, the thing that’s really throwing me off is the fact that I have been in the neat little bubble of education for the last eight years and am only stepping out into the real world now, as an adult and it feels weird and wrong to me. I dunno if I’m ready for this grown up world, I’m still a young dude at heart.

contentimage.ewdgxI have many directs to walk in and I don’t quite know where to walk.

Now don’t get me wrong I do like being back at home, its fun and safe, but I have gotten so much from being up in the Midlands and I’m not quite ready to leave as I feel like I have more to do job-wise and for my personal art and film projects too. Either way I fear that whatever happens towards the end of June to the start of July will be something I won’t want to accept. The next three weeks will be the most important in my world. I just hope that I won’t implode from all these random changes and find some stabilization. Thanks for reading.

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Posted by on June 6, 2014 in Life


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Surviving The Storm Known As University

Good day to you ladies and gents, today I blog to you as a person who is different from before, a person feels like the weight of the world has been lifted off his shoulders, a person who now can live a partially care-free life again. This is all because my time with education is well and truly over.

sigh-of-reliefHonestly this is how I felt on Thursday morning this week, I was like “Thank you god!”

Now if you have followed this blog for a year or more you would have seen my many complaints, rants or unhappy blog posts relating to university and the problems it has given me in terms of how it affected me emotionally and how it conflicted with my blog-based activities. Heck at one point I was ready to throw in the towel last year and call it quits, but somehow I bared with it. The sleepless nights, all those days I procrastinated and danced the line between education and fun, that stuff doesn’t matter anymore, because I beat the system! Honestly the day I escaped the clutches of the education system has been something I’ve dreamed about for months and never thought the day would ever come so soon, but now all I can do is just raise a can of beer to the air and just go, “I have survived.”

So what have I done with my newfound freedom? Well that should be obvious, I went right back to the cinema haha. After only being able to go there for the major film releases like Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Godzilla and missing how many films for the last month, I started by watching experience properly with X-Men: Days of Future Past which was awesome and then on Friday I re-watched Godzilla in IMAX and had a hella good time. So now I’m gonna chase up a few films at my local Cineworld while I’m back at home in the south-east of England again.

So expect a lot more blog posts from me in the coming weeks, I’m coming back to this blog with a vengeance! 😀



Posted by on May 24, 2014 in Life


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It’s My Birthday And I’l Do What I Want To! :D

Good day to you ladies and gentlemen, welcome to another causal blog post and today’s one is a bit special as it is my birthday again, so what better time is there to do blogging again? The answer of course is none haha.


Indeed it is the day of my birthday and want to spread the joy of the occasion, yes even on my blog.

So yeah it is March 30th, a day I’m always looking forward to, but always seems to sneak up on me. In recent years I have looked forward to my birthday for at least 6 months, but when it is upon me it always feels bizarre and completely surreal. Like it shouldn’t be real. But of course I eventually get the groove and it feels like a good time.

Now recently I have had a lot of random and annoying shit to deal with, my dissertation at uni is changing constantly and becoming harder and harder to write, my laptop had just recently got repaired just for the network adaptor to stop working randomly and for some reason life has just been kind of dull in general. So when it comes today I’m just saying “Fuck it.” Its my time and I think Cartman from South Park summed it up pretty well in this video below:

So what have I been up to today? Well besides being flooded with birthday messages on Facebook which is always a good feeling. I entered my birthday at midnight playing games with my mates, then got some garlic bread from the takeaway and watched some of my favourite episodes of Regular Show. I have also been walking around town and stuff and the music selection on my phone has been very good with some great choices from some of my favourite artists like Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jamiroquai, AFI, Manic Street Preachers, Deadmau5, Crush 40 and an assortment of songs from Sonic games. 🙂

But the highlight of my day has to be when I went to the cinema to see Captain America: The Winter Soldier again. I already reviewed the film earlier on this week and I haven’t been able to get over how good the film is. Seeing it again has not only gotten me so hyped for seeing the film again, but also for the future of Marvel Studios and what They are gonna do with Guardians of the Galaxy and Avengers: Age of Ultron. In addition to seeing the awesome film, the film screen I was in pretty much showed all the trailers for my most anticipated films of the year which are Godzilla, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Guardians of the Galaxy. If any of these films deliver what their trailers give us or are at least as good or better than The Winter Soldier then this is gonna be a glorious summer for films.


If you haven’t seen this film yet go out and do it now, it’s really good! 😀

At this current moment I’m just blogging on a PC quickly at uni, but soon I’ve venture back outside to go collect a free cookie, a free cupcake and possibly a sandwich from Subway. Then tonight I think I’ll have a filthy film session because I have plenty of films to watch and why not do it on the best of days, my birthday. XD

Anyways just wanted to share my birthday experience with you all so far and here’s hoping it continues to be badass into the night. Until next time people, later on yo 😀


Posted by on March 30, 2014 in Life


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Rant 14: I Hate Being Inconvenienced Howdy people and welcome to another instalment in my blogging rants. Today’s rant will be on something that has bothered me for years but has only become realised since coming to university. I am of course talking about being inconvenienced.

Let’s face it, everyone loves life when things are going their way. And the way I see it, that only applies to rich people, those who have no worldly possessions or old people who have nothing left to do because they’ve lived their lives already. Everyone else has to face some setbacks here and there and while it’s been argued that life isn’t life if there isn’t at a bit of struggle, the kind of inconvenience I’m talking about are the little things, those tiny elements that can ruin a mood or mess with your entire schedule. I hate that shit. So today I’m gonna provide you with some scenarios I’ve dealt with and tell you how they’ve disrupted me.

Okay let’s begin.

People Walking


Yes believe or not, I get pissed off with the way some people walk as that can become an inconvenience on a near-daily basis. Now I live my life by a little quote I made since coming to uni which is “Step correct.” And it means is exactly what it is said, but if that doesn’t help here’s a better explanation. Basically when you’re walking in the street be smart about it, step swiftly, don’t stop abruptly in front of someone, don’t move in slow motion and delay people behind you, avoid unnecessary body contact, if you see an opening in front of you slip through ahead and if you’re at a traffic light crossing and there are no cars, THEN CROSS THE DAMN ROAD! You know stuff like that. You can’t imagine how many times I’ve cruised through streets and town centres and have constantly been pissed off by the people around me. Maybe I’m just an aggressive walker lol.

Public Transportation


Whether it be buses or trains, public transportation just screams “inconvenience” at one point or another. It is the small things like when your bus/train comes late when you expected it to be on time or when you have to get on-board and it is full of people and there’s no avoiding it or when the bus/train makes unnecessary/unexpected stops. Sometimes it’s just a random accident or something to do with the weather, but then you have to ask yourself “Why did this have to happen to me today?” Many a time that has happened to me primarily on trains, and it sucked.

Weather (Mainly Snow)


Oh weather, how you love to mess with people and change whenever you want, you asshole. I don’t normally complain about the weather unless rain is involved or something far worse… Snow. For me, all I’ll ever need weather-wise is the sun and a bit of wind from time to time. That’s it. Rain is just wet and puts a downer on the day, plus any activities you wish to do outside when the rain is involved gets cancelled like playing football, doing picnics, chilling in the park, etc. The same rule applies to snow, but it is amplified by 10 times. Snow just messes with travel whether you’re on foot, in a car or taking public transport, it just causes delays or shuts nearly everything down completely. Sometimes the weather can be the biggest inconvenience ever and it just pisses me off to the highest degree!


graduation cap diploma isolated on a white background

When it comes to education that should never be considered an inconvenience, however, any college or university student can tell you that sometimes it can be a hindrance more so than a helpful experience. For all the knowledge gained, sometimes you don’t actually learn a lot and if you have other things going on in your life like having a job or if you travel a lot because you live away from home or have a massive social life, then uni will eat away at your time. And then there are points when uni throws you several projects your way at once which means you have to try to manage your time overall multiple modules, all of which require your attention because they are very important to your final grade. This leads to unnecessary stress, procrastination and decision-making that feels more complicated than it should be.

Well, that’s it really. I hope my ramblings have been insightful and if you’ve had any similar experiences please be sure to comment about it below. Until the next time people, laters. 🙂

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Posted by on March 8, 2014 in Life, Rant


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Procrastination… It dominates me!

Howdy ladies and gents, time for a tiny blog post. Right now I am blogging for the sake of blogging. I feel SO bored right now and I’m sitting in front of my laptop thinking of things to do and not coming up with anything at the moment. But what’s even worse is that I have uni work that needs doing and I feel no motivation to do it AT ALL.

lazyIf I were in a tree I’d look like that.

So yeah I’ve come back after a kind of relaxing weekend with my family, I came back to Sheffield last night in the mood to work. But as soon as I sat down and turned on my laptop, I went back to YouTube and I didn’t leave until 5am the next morning. For some reason my motivation to do coursework fluctuates incredibly between wanting to do things to being lazy as hell. And that laziness translates into procrastination and then no work will be done for that day indefinitely.

Procrastination has been something I’ve been battling since my days in college and everyone knows that it is way easier to chill out and have fun, then stick your head in some books or sit in front of a pc and types for hours. Procrastinating is just fun because you can fill your time doing what you want and that can be just going out with friends, playing video games or you can just doing nothing. It should make you feel terrible and in truth one does feel guilty and in the long-term in hurts you because you lose valuable time for working prior to a hand-in date.

For me I’m a glutton for punishment when it comes to doing any work related to education haha. I can never start work early because it isn’t within my nature, I’m more of the type that work better under pressure, nearer to my hand-in date. It’s just the way I function. Now for an animation course it does require a lot of time and effort, but for some reason I can’t get in work mode, so I just choose to catch up on TV shows, go on the cinema and sit about on YouTube catching up on all of the stuff I’m subscribed to. Call me an idiot, go ahead, I don’t care. In the end me and my course are no longer in love, we’re like work colleagues and are very casual with each other. I’m just gonna do what I do best and wing it. Not the best attitude to have really, but all I want to do is pass my course and get out so then I can get my life in order properly.


Posted by on February 18, 2014 in Life


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