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yeah, i juggle all the time and save my homework for late at night. i
juggle way too much... i guess i do have enough time to do it some though.
my parents usually dont mind when i juggle as long as i dont hit them or
anything that is theirs...
Who hasn't done any homeworks this year, and his a senior at high school
not wanting to sound like an old git here but at 32 with a full-time job,
a wife and two kids and christmas juggling gigs impending (which can't be
classified as 'real' juggling time) believe me you've got it made.......
Martin (yes i realise i haven't succeeded)
Im back at uni at twenty eight after swearing I was going to do it
properly this time. I have six essays due in on monday. What have I
spent all day doing? Go on, bet you can't guess...
I have enough time to juggle...
Is that a good or a bad thing?
I have so little time to juggle now im at university,
but I found a way around that.
My recent photographic project is an editorial on the workplace. So I
chose (Charlie's) Cambridge Circus School, where I get to take pictures,
and occassionally, accidently, start to juggle in the corner.
Hey pal, homeworks are useless. Pay attention on the lessons, and you'll
know everthing that you have to know.:)
Oh dear ... If you think it is hard at University ... just wait until you
finish! I managed to squeeze in about 2-3 hours every day between my
hectic lecture timetable. I struggled through my PhD with barely 2 hours
juggling a day.
Then I got a job, and had lots of children and now I have to survive on
less than half an hour each day.
If only there were 26 hours in a day, I would love to get those 2 hours
That makes perfect sense. I no longer have to practice my juggling, I just
read the WJF and Gatto forums and I can juggle like a God.
You can incorporate joggling while you run home from school. If you're
walking home currently, then you'll have even more time to juggling once
you start running.