Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Eh-hum # 75

I just realized that there is a lot of things to be done for this week. One is finishing a book review by 1 December; submitting a presentation with a paper also on 1 December and possibly a proposal for a research initiative by Tuesday. And the funny thing is...I haven't started on either one of them.

Why is cramming such a part of our daily lives? Why do we (in this case, I) proscrastinate and only decide to accomplish a task at the very last moment. Why do I still cram eventhough I have repeatedly told myself not to. Tsk, tsk, tsk.

If someone has found a cure for cramming...let me know.


Sharon said...

con con...hahahahaha...i also don't know why...it is something we should try to avoid right?...kakainis no?

Gail P. David said...

Con-con-san! CRAMMER!
Me thinks people like to cram because "great minds work best under pressure" diba?
Although sometimes the product of "great minds" working under pressure may fall under mediocre standards, the point is that the "great mind" may find satisfaction that atleast there was something of sense or non-sense that was produced in a short span of time.
"I am much more productive in a span of 10 minutes than I am in an hour...badassgail"