Stop Glorifying Busy

As I sit in class 10 minutes before the professor walks in and gab with my table-mates, our conversation gradually becomes a battle of who is busiest:

“Yeah, I’m the founder of the Photography Club and I’ve got that meeting until 7:30 and I still have to write a six page paper that’s due at midnight…”

“Well, I have to get up at 5:45 tomorrow morning to go to work, which is an hour and a half drive. Then I’ve got to take a midterm that I still haven’t studied for…”

“Ouch. I’ve got to read the last six chapters for Smith’s class and then get up at 4:30 to go run track before my 8:00 a.m. class…”

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kate

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