Can we take the metaphor further this week? Going on a quest for a fantastical goal needs supplies and equipment - what will you bring? How can you find ways to remind yourself of those goals that you carry with you? Or, how could nurture a baby goal that's coming along for the ride and want to grow into something bigger?
Amstr-plan menus and grocery shop-exercise 4x-in bed by 10:30pm most nights-10 pages of MF-rev 2 PB manuscripts
Contingent Cassandra--Garden at least 1x, weights 2x; walk at least 1x
--Continue working toward regular bedtime
--Send group email re: pedagogy project
--Send email to regular teacher of upper-level class I will be teaching this spring re: texts, assignments, timing, etc.
--Rearrange books in apartment to make those relevant to Spring '18 classes more visible/accessible.
--draw up rough class schedule for Spring '18 so I can begin planning what goes where in both classes
2) Research: 5 hours, focusing on product. I hope to put all the revised bits together and work on transitions, maybe get it to the point where I can ask a friend to look it over.
3) Teaching: grade two sets of assignments.
4) House/Life: finish packing the guest room, get discards out of the house, book holiday travel.
Edit at least five pages of the book.
Write at least four pages of the novella.
Walk more than 45 minutes a day.
2) Make reservations for next week's conference. Excited about this one b/c it's at a great library I've wanted to go to for a long time, but also feeling hesitant about the time and energy to make the trip. I should really see it through though.
3) Write 15 minutes (or 200 words) 5x.
4) Walk 20 minutes 3x. Stretch daily.
5) Print dissertation chapter for considering re-reading/revision plans.
6) Prepare and present a good post-sabbatical report for the college BOT.
7) Enjoy the kids while hubby is out of town part of the weekend!
2. Revise conclusion
3. Incorporate TM's comments on intro
4. Create bibliography
5. Format and send
Oh, and: 6. Meditate as many times as I can manage, whatever that may be.
1 complete and submit small Park project
2 get in touch with co-author
3 review conference papers, round 1
4 get organized and figure out what to do next
karen (held over)1. Finish off marking2. Have complete draft of grass work.3. Hour and a half on coauthored conference paper draft (already put into calendar)4. 3 x walk/jogs (I don't think I can call them runs)
KJHaxton (held over)- 3 decent walks at lunchtimes or at dusk (decent = 3 miles)- use working at home day to make some progress on a potential publication (could be as simple as organising computer and physical workspace and files)- try not to freak out that it's the first week back and first lecturing since last October.
1. Finish revision and writing Chapter 1.
1-1. Finish writing draft of Chapter 2.
4. Do exercise (anything is ok) several times a day.
5. Have less bread and less biscuits.
6. Write my journal every day.
6-1. No e-mails during research time.
- tenure review file- Paper grading- letter of recommendation- Begin reading book for book review
Waffles 1. Do other review
2. Finish draft of LHF grant (this has to happen as it goes through mock review next week)
3. Respond to editor’s comments on aging paper
4. Get most of the revisions for trans R&R done
5. Work on PTSD paper some more