But, say someone had literally nothing to do - well, maybe aside from, let's say, some work life related events. I don't want to offend anyone here, so I'll be general! Let's say that the only thing they have preoccupying their time is something that doesn't involve any 'take home' work. Would you say that their life is organised? It's not busy, that's for sure.
I recognise that the above paragraph may have confused some of you. What I'm trying to say is: must one's life be busy before it can be organised? Or can one's life be organised although there is little to do on a day to day basis? I, myself, have no answer to this. I think it can work both ways; after all, there is always something to do - be it chores, general household admin and whatnot.
On a completely unrelated note, I am totally and utterly in love with these babies:
|Credit: Net A Porter|
There is no way on earth I can justify buying a pair of them though, unfortunately. (As they are a whopping 375GBP!). However, I promised myself that if I graduated with a decent grade (well, 2.1 or above - and let me tell you, a 2.1 at Imperial College London is not as easy as it sounds), I'll buy myself a pair for the graduation ceremony. And with graduation for me being next year (2012), think I'd better start saving now.
(Though, I do keep telling myself that they are classics, that they will never go out of style, etc, etc, but at the end of the day, I do realise that I'm only kidding myself!).
If you're also lusting after something right now which comes at an extortionate price, what will you do to save up? Give up going out until you save up enough? Scrimp and save on food? Not buy any other items of clothing? Not buy anymore Filofaxes (hard, I know)? I'm trying to get ideas on how I could save up 375GBP in a year and a half, and considering I'm living in Central London (in one of the poshest areas as well, mind you), I'll need all the ideas I can get!