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So anyway, I really should learn how to NOT procrastinate, because it's always bad when I do.  In my defense, though, this semester has been bad, what with the Art History survey course (which I'm taking for the required fine arts credit), which is SO not  survey course (Professor, I'm not majoring in art history or anything even remotely related to art history unless you count the fact that some paintings have Latin writing in them as 'related'.  Please stop trying to treat me like I'm an art history major) and takes up all of my time because there are like 7 projects in it (WTF?!).  But regardless of my reasons, before tomorrow I have to write one 3,000 word paper on prohibition, and another essay, also for history, on US history between 1908 and WWI- an essay that's the take-home half of a test.

And THEN, on Monday, not only are the essays due, but I have a test in Latin, which I have also been slacking in due to Art History and which I won't be able to study for more than just right before the test, when I'm waiting in the hall for the previous class to vacate the room.  But Latin is easy, so I'm not worried- even if I completely fail this test, I'll be fine since I've only ever gotten A's on Latin tests so it'll average out.  Possibly I also have a physics test this week too.

But seriously, how do people manage to *not procrastinate* so effortlessly?  Without self-bribery and self-threats, I don't think I'd get anything accomplished.
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