#80: Uninterrupted Self Time
To observe what I naturally lean towards
My calendar has been filled up for me.
A major, an approximation for an average student, tells me I need to go to this or that class.
My summer needs to go towards working within an organization that tells me to do this or that.
This would be useful, this could be interesting, and this is a unique opportunity.
Social obligations and my attachment to them take the rest of my time.
My calendar is filled up with tasks that are supposedly for me, but profoundly not about me.
All in all, I have no time left for myself. Not the self-care make-yourself-feel-good kind of time, but long blocks of time necessary for self-exploration. The uninterrupted self-time where I can observe what is it that I naturally lean towards. The time to ask myself: