Goal-setting

To me, work is like long-distance running: you set your sites on reaching the next landmark, while keeping the final destination in mind.  Every goal-oriented project has steps.  “A” leads to “B,” which leads to “C.”

I decided to “buckle down” and work on my proposal.  I have been working on it, but not very regularly.  I need to finish in order to continue with my thesis and graduate.  I also have midterms coming soon, and I only read some of the material for one of my two classes–mostly because I am either working on my proposal, working on other projects for classes, teaching, or partying.  (Yes, I admit to having a good time.)  So far, things seem to be going well.  I am also working out regularly again.  The cold and wet weather put a damper on my desire to go outside.  I didn’t even want to travel to the gym to work out.  (I had some personal issues to resolve.  Taking care of those seems to have helped, too.)

I plan to continue working today until my proposal is ready to be printed again, hopefully for its last revision.

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Another busy day.  Today, I have to write a case study for law class, and I have a rehearsal this afternoon.  I hope everything goes well!

Don’t you hate it when you suffer from vacation brain?  It’s the second day back from Mardi Gras break, and I still feel lost.

Royally Boned

I think I am screwed.  I have a paper and powerpoint presentation due in two hours, and I barely started both.  I had an odd and unproductive–for school projects–Mardi Gras break.  Anyway, back to work.  Time to see how much magic I can muster.

Really, really want to go shopping this morning.  I’m going to practice for rehearsal this afternoon.  I probably won’t have enough time to go shopping today, but I

…I went shopping online…

I still have some things I want to find in the store, but now I may have some new walk-around tennis shoes before my current pair falls apart.  The soles are worn and coming off of the shoes a little, and I wear them everywhere.  I hope I like them.