B. 6/18/13

Why is aimlessness always considered to be something negative?  I think that aimlessness, to a certain degree, is quite nice.  I can sit and read or go for a run or even just space out for a bit–it’s a little refreshment in our busy day-to-day lives.  All in all, it’s fun to be aimless but when my “aimless day” is over I always feel overly unproductive.  Why is that?  It’s another damn double edged sword that just is.  Fuck. Oh well, I guess we just have to enjoy it while it lasts and know that work will get done another day.

Now don’t you feel better?


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