I currently am resting my arm on my notebook for my college Sociology 1101 class, and my other on my study guide I have prepared for my test tomorrow. And what am I doing at this exact moment, 6/13/17 7:50PM? I am typing this instead of studying for my upcoming test. That is the definition of procrastination.

I used to– stillprocrastinate even when facing a test. It truly is amazing how the human mind will occupy itself with everything but the intended task. Now I don’t want to sound cringy, but my Anatomy and Physiology teacher used to say that “the worst thing that happened to mankind was to be given a brain,” and I can’t help but think he’s right. Imagine the world if we didn’t have a brain: It would be all natural, no war, no pollution, just so many things that could be better, but we would be slaves to our instincts. Our desires would control us.

You may be asking yourself: “Well what does procrastination have to do with high school Isaiah?”

And I’d reply to that with “High school is all about procrastination, just who can do it the least.” Let’s be real for a second here. If you were to ask your #1 student in your class what he does he’d probably answer with a full schedule that doesn’t include goofing off. While someone who is not exactly a stellar student will often say that they do spend a decent amount of time per week goofing off (not doing something productive like watching tv/movies/not doing yours school work etc). I personally probably spent for my sophomore year maybe 30-40 mins doing schoolwork a day and I was #19 in my class, so maybe if I started that freshman year where I basically skipped days of working at home I’d be a higher rank. But I can’t change the past, and the only way is to move forward. And if you still don’t know what this article is about then I’ll give you a tip: procrastination.

=) Have a great day!!!

About Me

Hobbies of Mine


      I’m an avid CSGO (Counter Strike: Global Offensive) fan and I enjoy playing it very much because as a student in high school it helps relieve stress. It’s also a good way to have fun and get your giggles going. CSGO means something more than that though because I started playing in my freshman year,  I was a lonely kid then, and I still am now a year later.  CSGO became my outlet that I was desperately trying to find, nobody really talked to me except a few friends that went to the same middle school as me, but it just wasn’t enough. It wasn’t enough to sate my human desire for companionship. When I went home everyday CSGO was there and it was something I was good at. I may not have been good at talking to other people, but I could damn sure top frag (be the best player) in every comp (ranked matches) game I played in csgo.



Ahhh. Reading, the backbone of my sanity, the greatest manifestation of human ingenuity, and another one of my hobbies. Reading to me is like food for a dog: it has to be good, but it also has to be well proportioned or else I’ll get lazy. Sometimes when you read too much you just get burnt out and stop for a while. I read probably 40+ books in freshman year, and for my current sophomore year it’s just like what now? But books gave me company when others couldn’t, wouldn’t, or shouldn’t.

Why did I create this blog?

Why I’m doing this


The creation of this blog was for high school students to come here and hopefully relate to whatever I post. Just as a way for us to realize that we may be different in the physical realm, but in the mental realm people are far more similar than we begin to realize. I’m in my sophomore year of high school as I’m writing this (3/4/2017).

      What’s going to be on here?

Well. I hope to post a new blog once or twice a week about things like popular feelings in high school (loneliness, being unique, etc). However, once in a blue moon I might post something different like news about games, the outside world, or maybe just a poem. Anything really.


Thanks for reading!