December 03, 2011
At this rate I am uncertain I will make it through the last two weeks of school. I am swimming in a pile of interface design prototypes, thesis presentation materials, and typography publication work. I believe I have been swimming for about three weeks now, and I would do just about anything to surrender this very minute. Sometimes I wonder if having piles and piles of work during finals is really beneficial. Sure we are working "under pressure" or whatnot, but a person can only take so much. Everyone has their breaking point or time where they turn on the 'I don't care anymore' switch. I find that switch is far too easy to turn on when one is in a constant state of swimming in something undesirable. There comes a time where a person has to choose which work he/she will focus on and which portion of work will get swept to the side. Is it really beneficial? I believe there is a different format institutions could take in order to receive the best and most potential out of students. Either way the countdown continues. Eleven days 'til play.