In Alfred Nobel’s will he wrote that a prize should be rewarded for exceptional contribution to mankind in Chemistry, Physics, Medicine, Literature and work for Peace. But he clearly forgot one: procrastination.
Some people just do best procrastinating. That is the most advantageous thing they could do, from a mankind perspective.
So, today I’ve, apart from attending a couple of drawn-out meetings, been jogging in the mist, written a UCAS application and lost myself dreaming about a new little black dress.
Highly productive, especially with regards to my degree. So Alfred, I insist on me getting one of those medallions.