Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Merry Christmas

My intention was to update more often than once every five months. From now on, I hope to update at least once every few weeks or so. Unfortunately, I'm not sure what I could talk about. I guess I should give an update of my life since my last post.

I went on a vacation with a Chinese tour company that went across the East Coast. We went to New York, Philly, DC, Corning (in upstate NY), Niagara Falls, and Boston. Overall, it was a good trip.

I went back to school the end of August and just finished the first semester of my senior year. I am currently looking for a job, but this is going to be a terrible year for job hunting. I am signed up to take the LSAT in February, but I haven't studied for it at all. I haven't even read the first page of my LSAT prep book. A part of me wants to move it again, to June, but I've postponed it twice now, and even if I were to postpone it, I probably wouldn't study for it anyway.

I am currently at home, where it has been very cold and snowy, though today it rained for a bit, and there's rain forecasted for the rest of the week. I'm home on break for two and a half weeks (now only two weeks left), but I just know that I will be pretty unproductive. I can already feel the lethargy pulling at me.

I've finally gotten around to clearing my inbox, which now has only 30 emails. It's taken me over half a year to get my inbox back down to normal size. Unfortunately, my Gmail inbox is still overflowing, with nearly 200 unread messages. They're newsletters, and I intend on reading all of them, but I have newsletters going back to the end of May, and each one typically has around 10 articles to read, so I have about 2000 articles between the end of May and today to read. That'll probably take at least a month, even if I read seven or eight newsletters a day. Well, at least I've made some progress; I've read about five newsletters in the past two days.

It's now Christmas. Merry Christmas. Maybe I'll post something more interesting soon.

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