So... I graduated last Wednesday. Actually, a number of my friends on dA graduated that day as well.
*cough cough cough sneeze*
And it's great! Didn't we all do well etc. But now that I no longer have that momentous day to look forward to, I find myself in a state of slight melancholy. In fact, here is what my daily routine has been for the past week:
7:00 Loll around in bed watching Youtube videos
9:00 Realise what time it is; resolve to get up
9:02 Loll around in bed watching Youtube videos
10:12 Get up and make cup of tea and not drink it
11:00 Decide to AT LEAST start Horace page 2
11:20 Go to shop for strawberry laces
11:47 Resolve to do some jobsearching
12:00 Lie on floor of bedroom watching childhood films on Youtube
14:59 Try to save some of the strawberry laces and fail
15:04 Make another round of tea; leave mine to get cold again
15:36 Go on Pottermore, try to get sorted into Hufflepuff and fail
16:13 Find an unpaid London-based publishing internship; add bookmark
18:00 Eat dinner
18:30 Resolve to spend time with family
18:35 Get disgusted with yet another NCIS and go back upstairs
18:37 Loll around in bed watching Youtube videos
21:00 Decide to have early night
21:20 Start a conversation with estranged college friend
23:55 Make excuses and get ready for bed
00:01 Loll around in bed watching Youtuzzzzzzzzzzzzzz...
I know, I know, it's awful. I only hope both my readers are amused by the above and feel slightly better/more productive by comparison. And having a day like the above isn't so bad if it's every once in a while, but ultimately, in my case, the guilt sets in: Why are you sitting around being lazy and feeling sorry for yourself, no job, no rent, don't know you're born, pull your socks up... If only it were enough to get me properly motivated... Lazy, lazy, lazy! Why can't you be more like Robin Williams?