ROW80 – Sunday after A to Z

Hello ROWers!

It’s the end of the week and therefore time for my Sunday check-in. Most of what happened this week was already mentioned in yesterday’s Weekend Coffee Share post. A to Z is over and I’m taking a bit of a breather. I’ll still post every day and have started a new series of Songs Of The Day, and I will continue the study tips, life hacks as well as setting, character and story inspirations. However, I can say with absolute certainty that I won’t be posting many long pieces. I wrote 30,916 words in April for this blog and that’s quite enough. This month, my focus is on my studies (again) without too many distractions. Pantsing it last month for all those A to Z posts took up too much of my time, in the end.

Anyway, here are my goals for this week:

  • Submit CCC502 Assignment #6
  • Submit MA500 Assignment #1
  • Submit MA500 Assignment #2
  • Prepare college binder for MA500 Persuasion
  • Complete Modern Middle East II module #3
  • Complete Community Journalism module #4
  • Complete Modern Business module #3
  • Complete Understanding Language module #2
  • Complete Writing Fiction module #1
  • A to Z blog post for W on Monday
  • A to Z blog post for X on Tuesday
  • A to Z blog post for Y on Wednesday
  • ROW80 Update on Wednesday
  • Teach English extra tuition on Wednesday
  • A to Z blog post for Z on Thursday
  • Weekend Coffee Share on Saturday
  • ROW80 Check-in on Sunday

Additional:

  • Complete Community Journalism module #5

I’m still working on CCC502 Assignment #6. I’ve done the research, but I have to compile the data in a graphic organiser and I’m still trying to work out the best way to go about this. I’m also still printing out stuff for the MA500 binder, so that’s on the way but not yet completed.

My English student cancelled on me, so not giving extra tuition is not my fault. I did, however, completely forgot the Wednesday ROW80 update as I was swamped.

You’ll probably wonder why I did an additional module. That’s easily answered: it didn’t take long, and completing it meant completing the course, so that’s one less module I’ll have to do next week. I was on a roll that day, so I figured I’d rather power through another 1 1/2  2 hours than start again.

Anyway, that’s it from me. Check out how the other ROWers did!

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2 thoughts on “ROW80 – Sunday after A to Z”

  1. Blogging every day would leave me exhausted, A to Z not in the least. You’ve got your hands full there, Conny. That said… you’ve checked off a lot of your list. Good for you!

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