Who was it that said a goal without a working plan was a mere dream? Something like that. I wonder if it will get better when I'm "my own woman".

1) Go to bed earlier. Time to introduce something called "self-discipline", with a healthy supplement of "awareness of surroundings".

2) Get straight A's. By now, I've realized the relative insignificance of school in the face of all-my-life, but it's a matter of pride and security.

3) Lose fat. I don't need to lose weight, but extra body fat is another matter.

4) Stop procrastinating. Procrastination is just a way of delaying the inevitable unpleasantness that awaits. Instead of doing what I need to do or even what I want to do, I find myself wasting precious hours on worthlessness.

5) Find somebody I trust. It's harder than I once thought; I recently realized that there is absolutely no one in this world, saving God, that I would confess even 75% of myself to.
velleitous velleitous
18-21, F
2 Responses Jan 4, 2007

i have to work on this too i have no self dicipline for example right at this very moment i should be doing my history coursework but its too hard so i am avoiding it..woops...cya xxx good luck by the way xxxx

Hey, stop procrastinating is an excellent goal. Who ever it was that invented electricity said this: "Don't put off until tomorrow that which you can do today". I need work in this area myself. Good luck