Time is money
Time really is money. In a more literal way than I think I’ve ever understood. We can even spend time on money. Everything we do, every moment of every day is a decision of how we spend our time. I often find myself spending it watching TV and playing Left 4 Dead 2. I don’t think there is anything wrong with that. I find that these things are great stress relievers for me. My TV shows, aka the shows that I choose to watch bring me a lot of happiness and help me to have a more light-hearted attitude. Nothing this year or last can compare to the comedy of the show Community. So far I have yet to see a show with a storyline as riveting as that of Supernatural. I love shows, I’m very particular when it comes to that. I either will watch a show and follow it intensely or not at all. Sure I’ll sit through an episode of some crap like ‘So You Think You Can Dance’, but it will be a cold day in hell before I ever choose to watch every episode or follow it in any way. The shows that I follow I really like, I have seen most of the episodes of every show I follow more than once. There is just something awesome about the imagination of The 4400, the little things I missed the first watch through an episode of Arrested Development. However, I find myself getting to the point where I am wasting my time. Spending far too long playing with friends I’ve never really met on Left 4 Dead 2. Learning guitar better, getting into school, looking for a second job, finding another place to move to and a roommate. These are things that I should be spending time on. I should just do it, but I probably wont.