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Are you lazy enough?
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I loathe group projects. I’m kind of cocky when it comes to doing school work, and when I’m put in a group I just think I should do the whole project myself. So, we know I’m the control freak of the group. I have to be in charge and tell everyone what to do, and then just do it all myself. Well what about everyone else? Who’s who in your group project?
I’m elated to announce that today, August 10th, is National Lazy Day. Seriously, this is a recognized day of do-nothing. Go out and get batteries for your remote, set up a cooler right next to the sofa, find the comfiest clothes possible - you’re going to be doing a minimal amount of moving. In honor of the only holiday better than Christmas, I bring you the ultimate Lazy Day schedule:
I'm getting to that point with my boyfriend that things are getting really comfortable. Since we live together I get to see him 24/7 which unfortunately means he sees me 24/7. AKA he sees me when I have no makeup, am in my sweats, and getting ready for bed. Honestly, there's really no mystery left.
We all know Americans are lazy. We have the highest obesity rate in the world and we're more well-known for our fast food chains than anything else. Except maybe Paris Hilton...which is even more depressing. But how can we convince people to live more active lives when we're constantly bombarded with inventions and machines that make it so easy to do everything without doing anything?
I was sitting on the bike at the gym yesterday, sweating out my stress to some Drake, when a cute boy sits on the bike next to me. I was so excited and in luuuurve, but instead of focusing on engaging in witty banter and knocking the socks off this kid, I was wondering if my eye makeup from the day had made its way down my face yet, and if sweat could ever be remotely flattering.
With the recession guilting me into sacrificing unnecessary luxuries (oh, multiple, daily Starbucks runs, how I miss you!), I’m wondering how others are handling their own sacrifices. Our daily indulgences have now become something to shake a finger at, but many industries are still thriving by playing into our addictions.
I would now like to share with you one of my favorite blogs. It's very simple, nothing fancy, but somehow it manages to be the most awesome thing every Monday. This magical, mysterious blog? Isgossipgirlnewtonight.com.
[I like to think of myself as a pretty easy going gal, and try not to sweat the small stuff....