Updated 9 June 2010: Life unclogged.
Messed up, is what I would use to describe my current state of life.
Many things around me seem broken and stale. Not only physically but also psychologically.
To explain this, I’ll have to start from the beginning.
First, the sink in the kitchen was clogged, which makes it impossible to clean the kitchen area, which in turn, makes me lazy to clean the washroom as well, and eventually leads to lack of motivation to clean my room, of which has not been cleaned for more than two months now.
Then, There were some performance and stability issues with my iMac at home, which in turn, makes me reluctant to clean up the mess of my photos, movies and music albums, which leads to lack of motivation to backup my iMac to the external hard drive, of which was given to me as my birthday present two months ago.
Not only that, there are more messed up things like a list of unfinished jobs at work, tons of expired food in my drawer, piles of messy unfolded clothes in my room, loads of un-imported pictures in my camera, list of unexecuted exercise routines and list of unfinished blog posts still in draft.
One thing leads to another. By the time when I want to tidy up the whole mess, I just don’t know how to start.
At the end, ignorance is bliss. I’ll spend my whole day watching my favourite drama in my comfy bed or I’ll just sleep my day through.
I seriously don’t know why is this happening or how this started.
But this is bad. Like seriously bad bad. Imagine Beyonce talking to Lady Gaga, “you’ve been a very bad girl, a very, very, bad bad girl Gaga.” Ok out of topic.
Something needs to be done to clear up the mess. You might think I’m stupid but somehow I believe that the key to clear up all this mess lies in the clogged sink in the kitchen.
Maybe unclogging the sink symbolises unclogging my life. Should the sink is unclogged once and for all, life will flow again.