The lazy life

In the recent times, it has rarely happened that I did not write on the blog for more than 4 weeks. The last time I wrote was when I was drunk and dancing at Sam’s, Reef and Ibyza. Wow! That’s the last time I went clubbing. It has already been a month of distancing from the extravagant and useless spendings on alcohol and dance.

A lot has happened since then. College decisions, fees payments, mock sessions, Rotaract MUN and much more. It seems like a lot, but it actually isn’t.

In the past month, I did spend almost a week being a full-time employee level busy. But then I also spend the last week doing nothing productive. I had plans of reading the constitution, continuing my work, writing articles for CrowdH and national dailies. I even had made up my mind to stop smoking and do vigorous exercise daily. Of all these plans, the only thing I’ve done is write on my blog after 4 long weeks. Even this seems to be difficult. I can’t even form complete and grammatically correct sentences. I just keep reading the sentences I’ve written, times and again.

I seriously need to get rid of the laziness. I can’t afford to Netflix 6 hours a day at this point of time when I should be thinking deep on how to sustain in college. I only have two months in Nepal, and I need to think of creating small funnels that will pour down a thousand dollars a month. I even have plans ready for that. All I need to do is stop being lazy, think the plan and make strategies and process them.

This article marks me stepping out of the laziness. I’m geared up a bit, and I don’t feel lazy at all. I will start with my articles soon, and the more I write in the process, the better I become. Let’s hope the laziness doesn’t come back for a day or two, at least.