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    Sobriquet 53.6

    Sunday, April 12, 2009
    Although I initially doubted that I would get any writing done today, my Saturday was a pleasingly productive one. Somehow, I managed to wake up considerably earlier than I had planned and, rather than return to bed (as I often luxuriate in doing), I decided to try to get a bit of work done instead. Of course, I suspect that, had I not made plans for the afternoon, I wouldn't have been nearly as diligent as I ended up being. Basically, when I realized that I had enough time to get some writing done if I started early, I figured I'd have a much better time socializing later in the day if I managed to get my work done sooner. That way I'd prevent myself from feeling the strain of having work ahead of me. And I ended up writing some decent stuff. And then I had a great afternoon. And now I feel more confident and refreshed work-wise than I have in quite some time. I'm pleased.

    For tomorrow: Try to write a bit more.

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  1. From Minxy:

    Sorry for the late comment today...holidays tend to be lazy, then hectic, then back to lazy. I'm glad you got work done AND had fun yesterday. Fun is good. YAY!!!

    By Blogger Sobriquet Magazine on 12 April, 2009

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