Monday, November 5, 2007

Brain fluff

In the past couple of weeks, I have gotten rid of my addiction to:

a) Chocolate. This was completely unintentional, as I just ran out and couldn't be bothered buying any more. For a little while I really craved it after dinner, but now I just don't care.

b) Neighbours. Yes, I used to watch this show. Now I just don't care any more.

c) First-year. My sentimentalism has vanished and I just want to get on with the show.

d) Reading blogs. I don't spend as much time on the computer, and although I like to check up on how my favourite bloggers are going, I down patrol the internet any more for things that might tickle my fancy and lead me into the perfect specialty for me.

So there you go.

We are approaching the holidays, and my notes were quite poorly organised this year. I can't decide whether I should do something about it, or just rely on textbooks and on-line resources to look up things that I need to revise. I have a sneaking suspicion that my piles of ridiculously organised notes will be going for a ride in the council bin.

Edit: I just read this post, and thought it sounded a little bit down. Rest-assured, I am very happy and up-beat at the moment! I'm just ready to let go and get on with the business of living!


Liz said...

omg... how did you do that?!
a) i am still addicted. especially b'c they were having a sale on Lindt at Woolys this week.
b)I still watch Neighbors. Omg. will susan EVER get diagnosed with MS?!?!
d).... i'm reading yours right now, aren't i??
Help me with my addictions!!!

The Girl said...

I just stopped eating/watching!

They had a sale on dark chocolate at Coles today (Whittaker's chocolate) where I picked up two big blocks of different flavours, both dairy-free, so my chocolate addiction is likely to come racing back!

I LOVE Lindt. Their dark chocolate rocks my world. :)

The ads for Neighbours just put me off it. They were excessively dramatic, misleading and annoying. Then we started watching old episodes of Scrubs instead and it only took a few weeks for me to not miss it at all. ;)

Susan has had EVERYTHING under the sun happen to her over the last few years (including amnesia, multiple marriages, deaths, accidents, losing/regaining her job, having her son end up as one of the doctors on House). It is probably fun for the actress, but it is getting a little old for me. :P

Liz said...

oooh i just started watching recently (trying to learn more about aussie culture-hhaha i know watching neighbours is not the way to do that!). I love scrubs but i've seen every episode already.
I saw an ad on Ten yesterday and it looks like they're going to be starting Friends reruns!!!