7:00AM - Got out of bed, got in shower.
7:05AM - Woke up.
7:20AM - Got out of shower, put on clothes.
7:30AM - Turned on news, ate cereal.
7:45AM - Got into car.
7:50AM - Actually on road, heading toward bus stop.
8:05AM - Parked car, waiting on bus.
8:10AM - Bus showed up.
8:35AM - Bus arrived at campus.
8:40AM - Found classroom, took seat at back of room.
***9:00AM-9:50AM -- Journalism Class (Print Design)***
9:51AM - Headed to University Co-op to get supplies.
10:02AM - Exited Co-op with binder, folders, etc.
10:07AM - Visited ATM.
10:12AM - Looked at watch
10:13AM - What the fuck am I going to do during these breaks?
What the fuck are you doing writing all of this? No one cares. This goes on until 1:48 AM the following day.
However, there is a pretty accurate write up of Adaptation right below it, so he is not a complete tool.
I have found it helpful to do the stretching exercises my physical therapist recommends. Do some core strengthening exercises, such as the ones highlighted at The Mayo Clinic. By keeping your core strong, your back won't put itself in a position to cause that sciatica pain you are having.