Usually, I can't stand being lazy. I get upset if I stay in bed til after 10, even though I have nothing better to do til 3pm. i am personally affronted if I have left my room in a state (this means rough around the edges to every normal human being). I get annoyed at peple who don't take bins out, or don't wash up straight after they've eaten, or don't pick up dirty clothes off the floor. God only knows what will happen when I move in with my boyfriend.. he is rather prone to being lazy. We may need a rotor.
Yes, I'm serious.
I also enjoy making lists so that I remember what I'm meant to be doing with my time, just in case I forget. In fact, I love lists. And useful space saving techniques, like putting all your pens in a pot on your desk so they're easier to find. I once noticed my sister didn't have one, so I made her one. Let's just call me an obsessive cleaner and organiser.
So yes, I do not like lazy. And yet today I am finding that lazy is a good thing.
I haven't gone so far as to stay in my PJ's all day, but I have put on tracksuit bottoms and a cosy jumper, instead of my usual jeans and top combo.
Instead of sitting at my overladen desk, I have opted not to bother cleaning it and to snuggle up on my bed with the laptop instead.
I haven't been outside, even though yesterday I was determined to go into uni to do work.
Some things will never change. The list is still right next to me and I have actually done work today. But today I learnt a valuable lesson:
You don't have to be active to be proactive.