Lameness, I decided to apply for PPE after deciding I didn't want to do Law after getting my grades in August - after a week of confusion about what I'd want to do. Since then I've been working mon-fri to earn money for the second half of my gap year, and trying to fit in time with my GF before she went to uni last sunday. Of course, I decided to try and read some before getting down to the PS but have only got halfway through the introductionary philosophy book I was trying to get through and am all sorts of tired from work roundabouts now.
So what I'm getting at is that I'm finding it hard to get my personal statement out of the way - part of the application process I seemed to forget was annoying from last year >when I ended up with a fairly decent Law statement< and can't seem to squeeze the first draft out! Like I write and re-write the first sentences trying to get an angle and even though I've got a rough shod plan I scribbled down at work the other day it just doesn't want to get done.
Anyone got any ideas on how I can calm myself down and get through it? I'm just so tired when I get home that I'll sit and stare at my screen, I guess I've got out of practice writing things aswell.
It's just LAME that I'm where I could've been weeks ago. Y'all gonna' think I'm waste now huh?