Since I’m spending the day tomorrow traveling to college, and I probably won’t have internet access for a little bit, I’m doing this a little bit early.
I didn’t actually achieve this goal, but I think it helped me realize some things.
On the days where I didn’t do anything, I felt horrible. Realizing my attitude, the next day I would get EVERYTHING done to make up for it. The day after that, I was like “ehhh, didn’t I just do stuff YESTERDAY? I’m gonna take a break.” BAD. MISTAKE. Don’t do it. It’s tempting.
If you have something to do, just freakin’ do it.
...man I hate packing. 3 years ago
Man I’m failing at this. Either I get absolutely nothing done one day or I get EVERYTHING done another day. It’s like, “Hey, didn’t I just do something yesterday? I deserve a break.”
However, I pretty much HAVE to get everything done today and tomorrow… I’m moving Saturday. D: 3 years ago
To me, accomplishing something means anything that makes me feel better afterwords, or completing something that had to be done. For example, exercising or washing the dishes. Both make me feel accomplished.
It’s the small things that make me feel better.
I’m leaving to go to college in a little over a week, so I have set my goal to accomplish at least one thing every day until then.
Today I exercised, and I’m planning on cleaning the dishes.
I hate cleaning the dishes, but that means I get to cook tonight—yay! 3 years ago
Oh god I’ve finished so many things today that I’ve been procrastinating doing for WEEKS. Yay. 3 years ago