And, indeed, that's exactly what I did. Because after all, what's more important than learning to create meaningful visual representations of data? The only problem was, of course, that I didn't actually have any data.
But I didn't let that stop me, oh no! Luckily I'm the sort of person who records every single book they read in a little notebook, and so pulling out my handy notebook I got to work. The problem was, once I made one graph, it just wasn't enough. I was spookily reminded of that episode of How I Met Your Mother when Marshall becomes addicted to making charts. My favourite, which I will never forget, being of course the Cecilia chart. Pure genius.
|"This circle represents people who are breaking my heart." Source.|
As you can see, I have a pretty good idea about how I should be spending my free hours of study break. But as you will also see...
...the reality is vastly and disturbingly different. Let's face it, I might have been generous by suggesting that 1% of my time is spent studying. It's probably more like 0.2%.
Fascinating, right? Oh, and by the way, 'shonky' is totally not my word. I heard it on the bus the other day, and since then I've been trying to slip it into every conversation as casually as possible. It's actually quite fun.