Bloody Side Tracking Brain

This morning I woke up with Hungarian Dance No. 5 by Brahms stuck in my head. In my head, it’s a superiorly orchestrated, super high definition audio – much like sitting in the concert hall and being enveloped by the music of a live orchestra. I also have a very high quality copy of Hungarian Dance on my hard drive. I woke up at 5.45 am, went to gym, and returned at 7am and showered. It’s now 8.30 a.m., and I have yet to listened to the Hungarian Dance.

Reason? This was my thought pattern upon finishing up on my shower:

Hm, I should go give Hungarian Dance a good listen and get the earworm out of my head. Oh, my headphones have deteriorated in quality now. The flac quality won’t be represented well by the headphones. Better go look and buy new ones. Oh this one looks nice, I should go budget for it… oh wait, you just wanted to listen to Hungarian Dance, why are you shopping for headphones??! [rinse and repeat]

And for the last 1 hour, I’ve been shopping around for headphones. I have now a spreadsheet of headphones that are possible buys.

Ugh. I just need to get shit done. Not waste time with side tracks.

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