Sunday, February 22, 2009

Just Wanted To Let You Know. . .

As, many, many of you guys school is getting more and more time consuming. Outlining chapters, studying for test, writing essays, and etc.

And I have been slacking off like crazy this year. It's like as soon as I entered sophomore year I just went blah. The last 2 quarters (last semester) my grades were not something I was proud of at all. And I'm determined to change it this semester.

And there's only one way to do that. Which is to start changing my computer habits. Not using the computer Monday through Thursday on days I have school. This is the only way I can get my grades up because I'm on it doing the most unnecessarily things ever (procrastinating) when I should be doing my school work.

Which means if you email me I won't be able to respond to until Friday after school, unless of course I have no school that day.

However, I plan on scheduling post (reviews, memo, and etc) throughout the week.

So I hope you guys still continue to read and comment.


  1. That is one of my life's problems blancing school, sports and reading but somehow it all gets done in one way or another. I am wishing you your very best with your school work. =]

  2. Keep up the good work...
    Balancing computer time with school (or work in my case) is a real challenge. Blogging is a huge time eater. I struggle with it as well. I've been on deadline with Freaksville for what seems like forever, and now Furry & Freaked. So I totally understand where you are coming from. Setting a schedule with homework, reading , hang out time and computer time is a must. I only blog on Wednesdays. It's how I stay a float. Hang in there...
    Kitty Keswick
    YA Author

  3. I totally understand how you feel. Being in gr. 11 sucks a lot for me. Last semester was absolutely horrifying for me when it came to makes. So I pray to do well better this semester too.

    Wish luck for the both of us!

  4. Aww thanks you guys so much for the words of encouragement! It's so funny how I would rarely use the computers just three years ago, simply because I was never interested in anything but now its a problem staying off!

    Good Luck to all of us in fighting the evil temptations of using the computer and focus on work. (wow that sounded like a toast didn't it? I think some bubblies are in order...and when I say bubblies I mean soda for those of us under of the age of 21 ;])