There are positive aspects like more time to take photos, read books, listen to music, waste away on the internet, play The Sims 3, and watch annoying noon-time TV shows. But the negative aspects are overwhelming. I, for one, am not the idle type. I thrive with knowing that my agenda is full for the next few days or weeks (or, yes, months even). I like being on the go, constantly doing things, and just being active (except for exercising. I hate exercising). I love sleep, but it's not a necessity. And right now, that's all I've been doing, really. Without exaggeration, an unemployed recent graduate's daily activities:
- Wake up.
- Have breakfast.
- Go back to sleep, or if the unemployed recent graduate's dog's being extra noisy, check e-mail instead.
- The unemployed recent graduate wakes up to check hygiene. If the smell is still good/acceptable, go back to sleep, or watch a movie, read a book, or eat something.
- Have late lunch.
- If today's an exceptionally boring day (meaning: nothing planned at all - which is true, like, almost every single day), go back to sleep again. It's never too late to grow, even just a tiny bit.
- Go online 'til dinner time. Visit tumblr, check e-mail, write a witty tidbit about yourself on twitter that no one cares about, then tumblr.
- Have dinner.
- Go online 'til around 3 or 4 in the morning.
But starting next week, I have a plan. And I will reveal that plan when it is clear cut and comprehensible enough to make sense to anyone other than myself.
To boredom, I say: I'm going to kill you. Soon.