When you think of a lot of things, isn't it just tiring?

I think it is. At least for me, it certainly is. I am a person who does a lot of thinking yet I speak too little. Yes, I'm an introverted person. I can imagine myself in thousands of possibilities, yet I can't choose which one is mine to take or which I wanted the most. It all seems too interesting that I just want all of it and that doesn't make sense. Sometimes I have to snap out of it because its too much and most of the time people would make me snap out of it and convince me to focus at one thing at a time.

No. It doesn't really help. Maybe if I can just stop thinking for a while it'll be helpful but no, it won't because it isn't possible. Luckily, I've found a way that really helps.
I found that if I participate actively in some organisations that I like, my overthinking becomes a little bit more bearable and somehow it makes me relax better. Even so, It can be stressful at times, especially when the exams are near. So I'm still trying to figure out on how I should do it. After a lot of trial and error, I've found that writing it all down according to its priority, really makes me think better.

Maybe focusing is not just about being able to do one thing at a time specifically. Maybe its more than that. Maybe its how we as humans can organise our life without giving up on a lot of things and we can do a lot of things. I'm not really sure what I'm writing... its all in our multitasking skills. Focusing is a part of out multitasking skills, apart from time management, discipline, etc.

In conclusion, throughout this holiday, I've been highly underproductive. So I need to be busy somehow. I realise that I haven't been exercising that much or doing anything at all except for waking up, take a shower, eat, watch tv, sleep, and repeat. Wow. Such a boring life. I need to do something. Maybe I should plan ahead? Well, I'll figure it out.