I’m officially on my way back from London. More specifically, I am somewhere just North of Newcastle, four hours into my six-hour train journey. And once again I’m trying my wonder productivity technique of seeing how much work I can get done without the internet or any other distractions. So far, the result is: moderate.
Ive had a pretty SUCCESSFUL trip down to London in a lot of senses.
1. I managed to get that mini-break feeling and (almost) sense of relaxing.
2. I achieved this without the guilt of avoiding uni work thanks to a five hour Starbucks session yesterday, where I definitely outstayed the welcome of the £4 drink that I bought.
3. I got to indulge in a couple of almond milk green tea lattes (I’m good to myself).
I done a lot of running around and think I visited nearly every train and tube station in London. This one at King’s Cross Station did make me laugh though.
It was good to get away by myself, spend time with people I hadn’t seen in a while and meet new people. And of course to get some work done away from the pressures of the library. And one thing’s for sure – I’ll definitely sleep tonight!