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Motivating yourself to do stuff in holidays watch

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    I am going on holiday, did work experience, have acouple of projects set up etc.
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    (Original post by Pegasus)
    Has anyone else found themselves becoming increasingly lazy during the holidays?

    My holidays started at the end of June and since then I rarely wake up before 11 am. Also I have stopped going to the gym (usually I use the college at gym, my local one is too expensive). And in addition to this I think I have forgotten everything I've learnt over the last year.

    To conclude, when next term starts I will be lazier, fatter and stupider. :rolleyes: Anyone else having similar problems?
    I often got to sleep around 5am and wake up around 2pm. I have 2 months of free time and there are so many things to do, like play some games which I bought but never played and other things like learn how to use Linux and watch a load of unwatched anime.

    I also planned to go to the gym like 2 or 3 times a week but I really can't be bothered and it's too far. I just do weights at home instead and some sit-ups.

    I feel like I have lost quite a few things I have learnt over the year as well, like my Italian for example. Hopefully, I'm getting free Italian TV on satellite soon so that I can refresh my memory.

    These days, I just find myself sitting at the desk in front of the computer monitor and watching TV at the same time. To be honest, if I had unlimited free time, this is what I would love to do all day, sit there and do nothing.
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    i'm doing stuff

    not truely great but an "experience" none the less, not all experiences are good
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    (Original post by tis_me_lord)
    lol, i get up late, go to bed late and don't do anything ever, so yes i know exactly how you feel.

    The good life :rolleyes:
 
 
 
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