dido Posted September 8, 2003 Report Share Posted September 8, 2003 I figure everyone here will have a perspective (and hopefully some advice) on this issue. I'm in the last stages of a PhD, and because I feel like I'm never working hard enough, I'm having a hard time keeping up with all the extra stuff I usually do. I don't feel any guilt about the time I spend actually in ballet class (it's the highlight of my day 3x a week) but I'm finding it almost impossible to stretch, do sit-ups and those endless releves for strengthening the feet. It's not hard to sit down and do them (in fact this is the only time in my life when I've been really happy to do sit ups: procrastination) but when I do I get so antsy that I have to stop and go back to the books. It seems like before I could always just get my work done, and then do my working out. What do I do when my work is never done? Quote Link to comment
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