Colin: An aspiring rocket scientist, writer, musician, full-time student, professional procrastinator, and occasional blogger. Borderline narcissistic, endlessly self-involved, entirely pedantic. My preffered pronouns are "toad", "toad", and "toad".
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Always productive mostly as an excuse to not decipher what I really want.

Procrastination offers too much time to consider whether or not I want to do the things I’ve obligated myself to do and gives opportunity to question why the fuck I’m doing anything at all.

If I don’t do anything I feel like a piece of shit but if I’m always busy all the time then I just want to drop everything altogether.

Trying to strike a balance between achievement and happiness.

(Not sure if being an RA sucks extra dick this year or if I’m projecting my frustrations with life onto my job.)

Reblogged from humansofnewyork  5,122 notes
humansofnewyork:

"I think all the pressure that I put on myself has been paralyzing. When I graduated from high school, a lot of people wrote in my yearbook: ‘You’re going to do great things,’ or ‘I know you’re going to make it big.’ I realized recently that with all the time I spent trying to figure out what my ‘big thing’ was going to be, I passed over a lot of small things that could have really added up. The moment I became content with taking small steps, I started moving forward again."
(Mexico City, Mexico)

humansofnewyork:

"I think all the pressure that I put on myself has been paralyzing. When I graduated from high school, a lot of people wrote in my yearbook: ‘You’re going to do great things,’ or ‘I know you’re going to make it big.’ I realized recently that with all the time I spent trying to figure out what my ‘big thing’ was going to be, I passed over a lot of small things that could have really added up. The moment I became content with taking small steps, I started moving forward again."

(Mexico City, Mexico)