It has not been very productive, but that goes without saying. All I accomplished this week was revert to my fucked up sleep cycle. I am now sleeping at 6am and waking up at 6pm, yay me!
So to sum up my "study break":
Nichol wanted to watch How to be Single, so we had a lunch and movie date.
Lunched at Sumiya Charcoal Grill Izakaya, which was her 好介绍. I tried Chirashi-don for the first time and I loved it!!!
|Look at those colourful and pretty bowls of Chirashi-don.|
The salmon was very fresh, and I now realise why people love Chirashi-don. It is so shiok to eat huge chunks of raw salmon with Japanese rice! The mochi was so unassuming, but it turned out to be really nice. It's filled with this black sesame, red bean and milk paste. Not too sure what it was, but it surpassed expectations.
Overall a very satisfying lunch and I am already craving for it now. Anybody wants to try, jio me please! (*´ڡ`●)
I didn't dislike the movie, although it was just two hours of stereotypical scenes. Smart-ass remarks from Rebel Wilson, hit-and-miss attempts at relationships, single girls getting drunk and looking for love. At least I didn't fall asleep.
My favourite line in the movie: “there is no such thing as a break, season 3 Ross."
Gary was transiting in Singapore, so we went to Chomp Chomp for dinner. No photos here, because I was too eager to eat.
I was looking forward to my durian mousse, but Dessert Bowl was closed for Chinese New Year. K N N . We settled for shaved ice at Dessert Story instead. Sigh, my durian mousse.
We had grand plans to recce several locations for our amazing race, but it kept raining.
I finally got productive by Friday, but that was only because I procrastinated the entire week.
Went to school for a project meeting, which was followed by another online project meeting. I ended up camping in school for the rest of the day to rush assignments.
I actually really enjoyed my Friday, although it revolved around work. I love the feeling of being productive. Maybe that is why I always procrastinate. There is no motivation to do work until it piles up, because the challenge of completing them in time by being as productive as possible is what drives me to get cracking.
Okay, that may just be a bunch of bullshit excuse.
Lately, I've been exercising more frequently because I realised that it makes me feel energised and refreshed. My new "daily routine" includes exercising along to some YouTube workout video, showering, then doing work. It has barely been a week since I started, so let's hope I get in the groove (and stay in that groove).
After a few days of feeling infuriatingly sluggish and staying in bed all day, I realised that getting just a few minutes of exercise really works wonders.
Okay, it is now 7am and I am still awake, so I am officially screwed when school is back in full swing.
So many deadlines ahead, yet I am still making plans to meet up with people. Never die before is it?