Good morning Normy and Anouk (and anyone else who joins us)!
I don't have much time to get work done because I'm going to my brother's house for a barbeque. I have some work I want to finish before I leave.
I've been answering business email. I have some more to go, but it's time to leave for the train. I'll be gone the rest of the day.
Good morning everybody,
Normy: your graphics are always so motivating!
I finished my semester. Had to work the last couple of days but today, I can relax. There is one assigment to be handed in by the end of September but I think, I deserve a break after all this learning.
- got up ;-)
- morning routine
- walk DDog
- have breakfast
- take down washing, fold it and put it away
- make bed (new sheets)
- doing dishes from last night
- create control journal
- pack for trip to my mom's
You've worked hard and deserve a break. I've got some more homework now too, so maybe when you're ready to start again we can work 'together'?
Good Morning/Afternoon Milo and Anouk and any lurkers already up and about :)
Although it's probably afternoon by now for you. It's evening here - 7:30pm.
I am finally tackling the top thing on my list that I have been REALLY procrastinating on - my professional indemnity insurance form. Uuurrgghhhh....
The form is printing now and I will fill out AT LEAST 2 pages tonight. I've recently had some publicity so am getting an influx of clients and need to get this done asap - I've been putting it off since I started the business.. :O
* got dressed by 1pm (hee hee - it's Sunday!)
* went to workshop (and covertly solicited for work }:))
* printed prof indem application
* prof indem application
* go through inbox and either file or make note in planner to action the item
* File my 'to be filed' folder of stuff
* Get off the computer so I actually get it all done before 10pm!!!!
:) Hope everyone's having a happy day :) :)
Part way through Morning Routine. I've got a long list today, probably more than a day's worth but many of them are things that will make the rest of the week easier the sooner they're done. I've also added in my regular Sunday things, and a couple of odds and ends.
 Finish MR
 Pop into learning centre
 Matalan (shop)
 Yoga Sutras
 Monday planning
 Weekly Review
 1:2 planning
 Daytime Routine
 Review borrowed books reading list
 1:1 planning
 Start planning next day trip/weekend away
 Work Zone - Weird Work Week (anticrastination etc)
 Home Zone - Lair
*MR nearly done. Sunday's is a longer one because there are some weekly things in there too, like emptying bins and compost, and washing the bins out.
Still got the hotspots to do - there seem to be lots today!
Done as many hotspots as I can bear for now - we don't usually have this many - it's a combination of both of us leaving our jobs at the same time (and bringing home STUFF), and both of us going out two days in a row. We both put away our new clothes, and hauled out some old ones to give away (for every new thing that comes in, an old thing's got to go - there isn't enough room otherwise). I don't get many new clothes these days because I love most of the clothes I have!
The shop should be open now, so it's errands next.
*MR (including hotspots, and put new clothes away, sort out old clothes for charity)
*Pop into learning centre - turned out 'pop' wasn't the right word
*Matalan (shop) More clothes for DSO's new job, household stuff, bag foor yoga equipment. I've got a bag on wheels, so if my stuff fits in it I won't have to take the car any more :)
Due to it being so late, I'm going to do the Daytime Routine next.
You buy your boyfriend's clothes for him? Men are such babies. :D
He doesn't drive, and I hate shopping, so we have a deal that I drive and he stops me running out of the shops screaming ;) I wanted to get the yoga bag, so he took the opportunity to get the clothes (and then ask my opinion, which I thought was wise considering I have to look at him!).
It only said I was procrastinating anyway.
Still am - just had a thought about this that I'll post on the 'insights' thread.
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