No agonizing procrastination
That’s a refreshing new result. I got to my books without any temper tantrum from my avoidant self. Ah! I wonder if it’s a new mode slowly emerging by my motivation to study the female microbiome at the end of all the hoops and loops of education. Or it could just be a good day. Who knows, but one thing is for sure, I need to spend time off to recover between each sprint.
Having had two days off through out my week and having found out that my Fridays are not too busy has given me the reassurance that I can catch up and figure out all the notions I need to move forward at school. As I reviewed the majority of my Spring math course today, I noticed that fragments of lessons were pointing towards what I need to learn now. An other reassuring factor that will reduce my study load. Not that I don’t want to work, I want to work well therefore need time to perfect my methods. From where I stand today, catching up on all the fundamental notions I need for my upcoming semester is doable, I just have to keep going.
With that being said, I’m quite satisfied by the amount of work I’ve done for university and also I’m happy with all the shores I’ve been keeping up with at home. My little steps are starting to add up and it feels good to observe.
When it comes to my heart, it had its time to purge the sadness yesterday, I’m writing this before sunset as I’m going on campus to attend my tutoring session online. The internet is impeccable there and the bus ride is scenic, it feels good after spending all day at home. This online activity and presence is obviously keeping my mind busy and away of sad memories. Getting busy is a form of therapy in itself.