Is procrastination really a virtue? I think it could go both ways. Sometimes when I procrastinate spending money, I end up saving money! Other times, when I procrastinate submitting a report, I supply myself with unnecessary stress. It all seems to work out in the end though. I don’t remember regretting anything I’ve procrastinated on so far. I have regretted studying too much (Organic Chemistry–I’m looking at you). **If you look at me as a role model, please disregard everything before the asterisks**
I just cut my hair. It’s buried under a hat right now because it’s quite unkempt, but I really like my hair. I can totally rock a bowl cut.
I can fohawk it.
I can even shave it all off, because I can.
Oh, and when it gets all crazy, I pretend I don’t own a mirror.
I look good in KISS hair.
I look good with braids.
I especially love my natural curls.
But it’s bob time now, and lots of accessories 😉
Laziness is also a virtue of mine. It’s close friends with procrastination. I don’t wear makeup…because I’m lazy. I don’t have that kind of time and my natural beauty is enough. You know the KISS rule? (Keep It Simple Stupid) It’s the motto for the lazy. I need to remember it when I start to make things complicated. So much worry and time can be saved if you just KISS it. I could’ve made this post twice as long, but I’m too lazy! I can’t be lazy when sports and fitness enters the equation though. But that’s for another post.