Sleep deprivation is the root of all evil. From this, gave rise to sleepiness and drowsiness which in turn lead to washing in- and out-of-focus which leads to lack of concentration. Then comes the boredom and finally sleep.
Wait. No. That's not right. Sleep leads to missing a few minutes of class. These few minutes translate into loss and waste. Loss and waste turn you into a slow worker, and when you're slow you try to catch up, the more you try, the more you lose your breath and the more out of breath you are, the farther you're left behind. When you're left behind you slow down, and when you slow down you don't have motivation. Without motivation, you don't do your work, no work = sleep deprivation.
So, now, how do you cut and slash and bash and wack and smack the problem into oblivion? I write. With writing, comes ideas (or is it the other way around?), with ideas you bloom, when you bloom, you go boom and with the boom, your work gets done with a bang, and with the bang comes a thought "Why haven't I thought of writing in the first place?'
And with that comes the close that ends with a big capital D for damn!