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ROW80 – Crossing off lists

It’s already Sunday night, which means it’s time for another ROW80 check-in.

While I wrote a lot this week and got a lot done, I didn’t get as much done as I had hoped.

I only just finished one assignment and didn’t get a chance to do both I had set out to finish this week. The binder will have to wait a little, as the outline for course MA500 Persuasion isn’t as straight forward as expected, so I’m still trying to figure out how best to sort it all. I did make a start on the binder, though.

The supplement courses are going ok, though again, due to time limits, I haven’t completed as many modules as I would have liked.

But here’s what I managed to do:

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Organising my week: Work, Study, Creativity

Maybe it’s because I’m German (because we, as a nation, LIKE organisation and punctuality, having schedules we can follow and To Do lists we can tick items off of), maybe it’s just the way I am as an individual, but I do like to be organised.

I’m used to schedules and deadlines, and even though I do enjoy days of doing nothing, I always go to bed feeling guilty because of all the things I didn’t get done.

So here’s a glimpse at my current weekly schedule:

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