I'm a procrastinator. Seriously. The.Worlds.Worst. I procrastinate about everything. I have no idea why. I'm pretty sure I have been doing it since I was a kid. In high school, I mastered doing a paper in an hour. No joke. And now, as an adult, I wait until the last minute to do anything, grocery shopping, laundry, cleaning, studying, whatever it might be...I always put it off. Does this make me lazy? I feel like it does. I mean, I always have something to do, I just don't ever feel like doing what NEEDS to be done =/ I have a HUGE deadline coming up in January. I know I have a deadline. So whhyyyyyyyy can't I just do what needs to be done?!?! You don't know? Well, that makes two of us. If you would, send some super awesome motivation mojo my way... K? Thanks!
Do you make your bed every morning? If so, why? I do not. My parents never enforced daily bed making. And I just feel like it's going to get messed up again so why should I make it? Maybe that makes me weird...Or maybe people who make their beds are weird...Or maybe beds were just meant to be made. Who knows, but I don't like making mine. See below =)
Even though that bed looks super comfy and cozy (cause' it is), I slept like a starving infant. Which means I didn't sleep. Which means I feel like crap casserole today. Like that phrase? Yeah, you're welcome.
So this quote has been on my mind lately. I LOVE it. It comes from a movie that I also love. I think it is one of the most important things anyone can ever hear. AND I think little people, girls especially, need to be told this on a daily basis. Our world is so consumed with so many things... appearance, sex, clothes you wear, car you drive, house you live in, who you know, job you have, and so many other pointless and useless things. Knowing these three things are essential to knowing who you are.
Happy Tuesday, Y'all!