Sunday, June 24, 2012


I hate the disorderliness that holidays bring to our lives. During college, you have a normal schedule that you follow everyday. You wake up at a definite time. The things you have to do are already planned. Life seems a lot easier. As during the holidays, you wake up at a different time everyday, you don't know what to do with your time. You procrastinate to a point that you want to kill yourself.

Let's discuss the fun part about holidays. You don't have to worry about the next lab to write the record. You don't have to sit through hours of lectures which make you try to kill yourself also. You don't have to worry about assignments. You can go wherever you want. For people staying in hostel, they feel like a torch of freedom have been handed.

It hasn't been even ten days into the holidays, I've already started to feel the inevitable ugly side of life. i.e., you don't have anything to do. This is virtual prison. Irony is, the stress we feel while keeping up with the schedules of our colleges is a lot less painful than the emptiness of life you experience during holidays.

For a perfectionist like me, the dissatisfaction is magnified. You are not excited about anything. You sleep, wake up aimlessly. I hope everyone's not experiencing the same thing. I hope they have been enjoying the holidays meeting cousins, playing sports, learning creative arts.

P.S. I'm happy that I have a blog to write all of this.

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