Today – was – productive.
You know how at the start of the day you make a list of things to accomplish but as you lay in bed before falling asleep that evening, you realize that you only got to a small portion?
I’m pretty certain that I make these horrendous lists of accomplishments that I know…are completely unobtainable.
For Example, here was my “pseudo” list for today:
- write bio
- finish teaching packet
- follow up emails
- write reviews for past two recitals
- brainstorm ideas
- revise lesson schedules, contact x,y, and z and confirm with x.
- write intro to article
- present and write questions for second article
- write c:n review of CAC concert
I got to 6 out of the 13 – but, for some reason, I can’t help but shake this feeling that there where 8 or 9 more tasks that I forgot here.
If I could just learn to trim things down a bit, or even, buckle down and actually do them – I might be able to end the day without feeling like a complete failure – or well – in this case a partial failure.
At least I’ve accepted that I make my “To do” lists far to complicated for me to accomplish in one day.
Positive thinking, right?
How wonderful would it be to have 48 hours in a day?! Wouldn’t that be great? Man, think of all the things I could accomplish?!?!
I’d be my own, “tour de force.”
Ah, yes, I just remembered the intention of my bloggied blog tonight. My bio – ugh – vomit. I always feel so uncomfortable writing these things.
Am I the only one?
I suppose bio writing will be in my future for many years to come – so, I might as well get used to it, right?
Wait, can’t I just pay someone to write it for me?
I’ll take the latter option.