Nope, I'm completely overloaded with things to do this week and what am I doing...blogging!! I have created a six page schedule/list wit...

Time Management....I don't has it

Nope, I'm completely overloaded with things to do this week and what am I doing...blogging!! I have created a six page schedule/list with each day of the week and a rough schedule and goals for the day. Today's is already completely behind as I've completed nothing on the list. I seriously hope that tomorrow's plans go better and that in the next hour I can accomplish something.

Immediate Goal #1- Do the dishes, wipe down counters, sweep kitchen, clear clutter and wipe down the dining room table. DONE!!

Immediate Goal #2 - Make grocery list...didn't happen until I got to the store!

Immediate Goal #4 - Cut fabric squares for my Christmas banner and trace the scallop I've drawn -Fail


MUST DOs: DONED
Go grocery shopping with Addie while Jason takes Freddie to soccer practice.
Come home and cook dinner and clean up afterwards -Jason did it, cooked and cleaned and put away groceries. He's my hero!!


Evening Goal #1- Complete one letter lesson and one math lesson with Freddie. -Fail!

Evening Goal #2 DONE- Complete Interview Questions and Survey Questions for my master's project for approval by the Institutional Review Board which meets on THURSDAY morning! AAAAHH!


Evening Goal #3- Read 2 chapters of my women's group book before bed...it's 11:19pm so we'll see about that!

Evening Wish- Complete the hat I'm knitting for Andrea's little boy. His first birthday is in two weeks and I can't believe it!


I'll come back later and see what's been accomplished! Oh, and pat on the back to me that I did do something productive today (besides Work of course...I'll use a capital "W" to indicate the kind of work that I get paid money for!). I cleaned out a basket that's been sitting in the garage for months. This basket is now home to all of my yarn, knitting needles, accessories, in progress projects, and it looks like some sweet, organized woman with a knack of tidiness and a taste for chamomile lives here....as a very uncomfortable guest!

2 comments:

Geidlbots said...

You can do this. It helps to put it online. Pictures also help and make you embarrassed enough to accomplish the housecleaning...or so I've experienced. :)

Is our visit going to be terribly too much for you this week, my friend? I can make other arrangements if you need me to. I understand!!!

Mary said...

My dear Amanda, you know that I would never presume to tell you what to do, BUT instead of putting "FAIL" in great big capital red letters, try putting "Not Yet". A lady with a taste for chamomile must think in positive terms.