I'm not really helping my case by procrastinating though. I'm not even doing anything useful with my procrastination time. At least I could go for a jog or work on my sexual health assignment or practice a musical instrument. No. Instead I'm sitting here writing this nonsense.
Okay, so here's what normally happens when I'm procrastinating. I set myself a time to study and, well, I end up starting about 5 hours later. First I check my phone, replying to every single message, creating a few new convos, and checking out my instagram feed and snap chat stories. Then I sit there for a while longer while people reply. This whole process takes about 30 minutes to an hour before I realise I should probably be doing something else. So I get up and decide to watch an episode of something. Another 45 minutes gone. Then I might want to read, or play the piano, or aimlessly wander the internet, or watch another episode. I'll probably check my phone regularly too. Then finally, FINALLY, in the evening I'll start freaking out. Depending on how close the test is, I'll either give it another night, or frantically study until 11pm.
That brings me on to the next bit of my post. My complete and utter lack of sleep. I haven't even been studying in the last week but I'm still only getting around 6 hours of sleep. I think it's just what happens after my late nights on weekends. My brain can't adjust to waking up at 7:30am.
So now I'm a yawner. I yawn in class, I feel exhausted, and then somehow I manage to read until 1am yet again. Even after that I spend so much time lying in bed unable to sleep. Do I have some kind of condition? This lack of sleep thing messes with my social skills. Sometimes, by the end of the day, people are continuously having to repeat themselves for me to hear. I'm just so out of it.
Yeah, so basically this is the story of my life right now. I'm tired and really don't want to study. But I probably should if I want any sleep tonight. So goodbye and thank you for reading up until this point. Sorry for my rambling. I think it's time to log off and get my life in check.