I can’t for the life of me think of any blog posts I could write, and it’s infuriating. I want to write and I want to post, but I want it to be content I’m proud of, that I’ve planned at least somewhat. But I can’t come up with topics to talk about, let alone the actual post itself.
I don’t want every post to be about my bullet journal, even though I love talking about it. I want to talk more about school and revision and my life, etc. But the only content I can ever come up with is bullet journal related, and it’s really annoying.
I don’t even know why I made this blog post, I just wanted to make up for missing Sunday’s upload and to get all this off my chest really.
Last weekend, my parents and I went to Manchester, to visit my brother and to go to Don Broco’s concert (my favourite band of all time). That’s why there was no post, because I was away all weekend so didn’t have the time. I had the best weekend though, and I definitely think it was worth missing a blog upload (sorry guys).
Also, I’ve started revising most nights for my GCSEs, I’m focusing mainly on science right now because I’ve got my exams and feedback sheets so I can see my weak areas. I’ve also been revising The Normans for history, because I have a test on Friday, so that’s fun.
This post is basically just a diary at this point, but oh well.
Quick update, my graphics coursework is really stressing me out. I actually started crying because I thought my product looked ugly. I think I’m going to re-do it, but that probably won’t be until next week, so, more time wasted. My teacher told my class we only have until the end of February to submit our coursework, which is a lie, because if you look on the AQA website, it clearly says that it has to be submitted by the 7th of May, which is surprisingly enough, not at the end of February.
I’m actually so done with my school and its constant bombardment of pressure and stress onto its students. All through my Spanish lesson on Monday, my teacher was saying “20 hours until your speaking exam” over and over for the entire lesson, when it clearly isn’t. I get that it’s supposed to kick the people who haven’t started revising into gear, but really all it does it put more stress on the people who are already doing it, because they actually want to succeed.
That’s something I’ve realised. It’s always the higher ability students that get stressed and anxious about failing, not the kids who are actually going to fail, it’s so backwards. But the high ability kids are the ones who are scared of not succeeding, and want to do the best they can, so get scared that they’re not going to do what everyone says they’re going to. That’s what me and my friends are like anyway.
I think that’s everything on my mind right now. Hopefully I’ll have a burst of inspiration soon. Thanks always.