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nighthawk

n. a recurring thought that only seems to strike you late at night—an overdue task, a nagging guilt, a looming and shapeless future—that circles high overhead during the day, that pecks at the back of your mind while you try to sleep, that you can successfully ignore for weeks, only to feel its presence hovering outside the window, waiting for you to finish your coffee, passing the time by quietly building a nest.


Umm, yes, where do I start - exams? Failing at life? Complete absence of any romantic relationships? List goes on and on and on….
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worldwideexplorers:

nighthawk

n. a recurring thought that only seems to strike you late at night—an overdue task, a nagging guilt, a looming and shapeless future—that circles high overhead during the day, that pecks at the back of your mind while you try to sleep, that you can successfully ignore for weeks, only to feel its presence hovering outside the window, waiting for you to finish your coffee, passing the time by quietly building a nest.

Umm, yes, where do I start - exams? Failing at life? Complete absence of any romantic relationships? List goes on and on and on….

Chaos Management

How to deal with chaos in several simple steps (my way):


Step 1: Locate the mother of all chaos, no matter what said chaos consists of - papers, books, stationery, clothes, nuclear waste, space garbage that crashed through your roof and set your bed on fire, etc.

Step 2: Hyperventilate at the sight of said chaos for at least 10 minutes. It is also completely normal to have a minor to meduim panic atack. Questioning of your life choices so far may occur as well.

Step 3: Gather in a pile all the objects that are creating said chaos as best as you can an move them as far away as possible.

Step 4: Throw a blanket over the pile. Signs of visible relaxation should follow immediately.

Step 5: Take your time, no matter how long it takes. Then get your sh*t together and lift a corner of the blanket in an attempt to get rid of said chaos and fail miserably. Proceed to add another blanket on top, just to make sure said chaos will not be able to attack anytime soon. 

Step 6: Use some profoundly vulgar words whilst accepting that said chaos is NOT a thing you are able to change, at least not today. Then proceed with your life as per usual.

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