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Putting Priorities in Order

Hey guys! Today did not turn out like I had anticipated it would. Firstly, I planned to upload a video that I had planned to go up last week. Then, I had to go out at some point and finish one of my 4 (5?) clearances that I need for my education classes. That's it. Just those two things needed to be done at one point in the day. Oh and maybe watch an episode of Game of Thrones (currently in the middle of season 3). And of course, cleaning up my room and catching up on my YouTube subscriptions and reading blog posts are always on the agenda. 
Well, two of those things happened. Before I even got out of bed, I read quite a bit of a fanfic I had started about a week ago. Then, I watched an episode of GoT, as planned. After the show, I had to feed the dog, then suddenly decided I had to continue reading, at least until my kindle died. But then it almost died when I was nearly 3 chapters before the end. So I told myself it was okay to finish the book. Before I knew it, it was nearly 1, and I was sorting out my plans for the rest of the day (which included a good 3 hours of me sorting out which UPS store I needed to head to and how I was going to get there). Losing track of time again, I had to quickly get ready and go out before the store closed, then went to my friends house to watch PLL. And here I am, home at 11, trying to explain my day before the clock strikes midnight. 
The theme of the day would definitely be learning how to stick to my priorities. Every once in a while, days like today, the do something but not really do anything days, are needed. But I feel as if my entire winter break has been like this. I need better will power to keep myself focused. The fact that most of my friends have already started their spring semester is making that point even more essential. But, after helping my friend with her speech, I'm feeling a bit more motivated and starting to snap out of the funk that is winter break. 
At the moment I'm feeling motivated and inspired to get on top of things. Let's hope this motivation stays when I wake up. 
Anyone else feeling like they are in a similar funk? Or any suggestions on how to stay focused?
-Lexi 

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