The Rushing Mission

Posted on: February 10, 2010

Sigh. I am quite stressed. I don’t know why I’m this stressed – this level of stress only hits when I have a million things going on and I have no idea what is actually going on.

But I know, this time.

I have an insect biology test and physiological ecology test on Thursday, back to back. I have a theoretical population growth lab report due after I return from Chicago. I have an insect biology lab practical the Thursday after I return. On the Wednesday before that, I have a population ecology test.

I am probably this stressed because I don’t know half of what is going on in insect biology (because I don’t attend half the lectures in the course, due to scheduling), and the person supposed to send me lecture recordings has not done so yet.

When I am this stressed, I make a lot of mistakes. Mistakes I generally don’t make, and only make because I am preoccupied and thinking about other things. I don’t like to be stressed, because this is what happens.

I am going to take 20 minutes off right now. And then declare war.


1 Response to "The Rushing Mission"

May the force be with you!

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