Yesterday was my first full day of preparing for my exam in the history of Western Economic History (which is looming in my immediate future). It went excellent. 140pages read and understood. I felt positively on top of everything.

Today, however, I overslept. Then, I started reading articles like Richard Tilly's "German Banking 1850-1914" with lovely sentences like:

According to the "Mean-Variance"-theory, wealthholders with a given risk-yield preference (conventionally expressed as α) will reach equilibrium by fulfilling the conditions expressed in the following equation: and then follows a 28 character equation which I can't even find the symbols to replicate here, including 3 different Greek letters and Lagrange mulitpliers and what not else.

Thank you world. So far I've gotten through 30 pages. *sigh*

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even if this makes me a sad person and a bad friend; it feels SO good to know that I am not the only one with examproblems..

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I'm sorry I can't be of more help, but

1) It's early here.
2) I have yet to finish my coffee.
3) There's an entire ocean between us.

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I made a huge dinner and am now watching the Bourne Identity rifftrax while eating it. So it's okay...70pages read today.

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I know the feeling. I'm spending my days with gene-alleles and hemispheric metabolism rates consering Alzheimer's Disease and attention problems...

But, if I can do it, so can you!!!



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