Low Battery Challenge: Week 4

by - 1:33 PM

Another week has gone by already? Suddenly time seems to be flying.
After last week's total breakdown, I tried to get myself together. I picked up the list I made in my first week and did as much if the listed things as possible. Now I've got only two more days to go. I'm going to make it all the way to the end of my Low Battery Challenge.


My midterms are coming up and I've had enough time to start studying already, thanks to my Challenge. I think I'm going to ace most of them. Studying goes a lot better when there's no Facebook to destract you.
I've also written lots and lots of blog posts for next month. November will me one big birthday month (that sounds a bit off...) for Picking up the Pieces. I've got an interview and a guest post coming up. And to my own surprise, the only tough part about my challenge right now, is not being able to do all my online homework within two hours. Every time I think I'm done, my professors give me another assignment... and then another one... and another one. All to be handed in before midterms, thank you very much.
I spend my free moments reading and writing. I've got some awesome posts for you guys, great pictures and true stories. I wish I could tell them already, but I'm running out of Internet time for today. So I'm going to call it quits for today. I'm missing you guys, but reading by candle light has something enchanting too. The longer I do this, the more I start appreciating the little gadget-free moments. I don't miss the repetitive music of commercial radio stations anymore. I don't miss the brainlessness of most Facebook statuses. I don't miss seeing the same Awkward episode three times a week. The only thing I honestly miss, the only thing I feel like I can't go without for much longer, is blogging, actually being an active member of the community and being out there promoting my blog. But then I take a look at the hypnotizing candle light and all is well :)

Stay Awesome!

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  1. Aww, that's great that you're still going strong! And honestly, after reading this, I REALLY wanna do something similar xD So you're using candles instead of light bulbs o.o interestinggg

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    1. Haha, I don't use the candles all the time, but twilight starts at 4.30 pm and it's such a waste of electricity to turn the lamps on from 4.30 till 6.00pm, when a candle is still more than enough during those hours.

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