Bending the time-space continuum

I really admire people who can seemingly juggle between so many different things at the same time and do well in them. People who are driven to accomplish a lot in a short time. Unfortunately, I’m not one of those people.

There’s just too much to do and I always end up neglecting certain commitments or doing a passable job at some of them. Wanted to keep up with my Korean blog but it’s proving to be impossible. Wanted to develop some interesting content for Hangukdrama but haven’t found the time to do it. Now that I’m taking up Japanese, I’m even neglecting Korean -.-

There are so many inspiring people around. Must learn to be like them. (:

There’s 2 episodes of RTP to catch up with and sorry, I can’t resist the temptation. Shall study now, and maybe Japanese tonight. Looking forward to the summer holidays, although I don’t think I will have more time then too.

How are you guys bending the time-space continuum?

 

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6 comments

  1. Last year I was taking korean classes, holding a full time job and studying part time all at the same time. The korean study side of things was easy to handle as it was more or less a refresher thing for me, but my schedule still left me with pretty much zero personal time. This year I’m forced to give up on my korean classes, have longer working hours plus the part time study thing, my school timetable isn’t out yet otherwise if the days do not clash, I would have continued with the korean classes. I think it may be more than I would be able to handle but I would still like to do it! I don’t think I’m disciplined enough to seriously self study korean by myself XD.

    There’s still a chance I may join the korean class if my timetable comes out soon (although as of today I have missed 4 our of 20 classes!).

    I feel it would be wiser to just self-study on my own time rather than commit to fixed lessons and having classes everyday for the next 1-2 years! (For my part time study, i have a full day of classes on Sat and Sundays!)

    Oh what to do!

    1. Maybe you can try out self-studying? If might work just right for you! ^^ I didn’t think I’ll be able to self study too – with all the other commitments, but interest in the language will be a good motivation! (:

  2. I want to know myself how to bend the time space continuum. Sometimes I wish there were 72 hours in a day. There are so many things I need to do and want to do, yet I don’t know when. And the worse part is, when I become completely exhausted resulting in me sitting blankly and staring into empty space.

    I wish I started studying Japanese and Korean more seriously and managed to do another 20 thousand things. Let me know if you come up with a solution.

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