I was listening to kikuo and another idea for a novel struck my mind. I thought wouldn't it be a good idea to have a protagonist from a dysfunctional family get reborn into a loving one? But here's the twist: since she hasn't experienced familial affection, she develops an unhealthy obsession from earning praise.
I have this idea incubating in my mind for a long while now. The premise is basic - just a girl whose family was prisoned by their relatives. Naturally, both her father and herself weren't treated kindly, often being given scraps for food. As such, the father kept promising they would be able to eat "beautiful" things in the city.
It's tough being confined within a lazy body. Your mind wants to run wild, but your body refuses to budge an inch. That said, it's not my fault I procrastinate too much. It was nothing more than an inevitability; a subject of fate. Yes, it was simply out of my control. I didn't want to, but I was born to be lazy.