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Diary of an Introvert with Cabin Fever: 1/20/2017

How do you get into good habits and get out of bad ones?

I have a lot of bad habits and very few good habits. I have never tried to break my bad habits, and good habits take me years to make them second nature. My bad habits become worse and my good habits fade when I’m under extreme stress.

My afternoon class got cancelled today and that was great. What sucks is that I didn’t know it was cancelled until I realized no one had shown up. Our teacher informed us this morning, but I didn’t check my emails. I know that’s my fault. That doesn’t make it any less annoying.

It’s all the worse because my own bad habits and lacking good habits got me here.

When your bad habits start to annoy you, it's time to change them.

I used to check my school email every free chance I got. I don’t want to miss anything important. The problem is that when all of my projects and papers and obligations are making me horribly forgetful, it can be a bit hard to concentrate. It happens every time; how I haven’t forgotten a homework assignment is beyond me.

The exhaustion is overwhelming. There are so many good things I want to do and can’t because the time isn’t there. I have a great idea for a manga, and I haven’t had time to create anything more than a preliminary idea.

I hate my teachers for this. Why is it that everything must always be due at the exact same time? There are only twenty-four hours in the day, and we’re not miracle workers. One teacher is kind enough to give us a legitimate break; none of his classes will meet whatsoever. No one else is as kind as him.

Next year will be worse.

Does anyone have any suggestions for how best to celebrate the end of a rough semester? Introvert-friendly, please. I need something that will bring me some relaxation and some piece of mind. This summer must give me the time I wish I had now.




Edited by Viveca Shearin



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