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Plan of Attack

Sunday, March 10, 2013

As I stated earlier this morning, I am feeling very anxious this morning about a crazy busy week coming up. What help me feel in control? To-do lists. They allow me to compartmentalize and prioritize. So here goes:

To Do Sunday
Convert Accompaniment Tracks
Prep food for lunches and quick dinners on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

To Do Monday
Hang welcome signs in lobby of schools.
Hang concert in progress sign on door at HTS.
Set up extra chairs.
Ask for duty coverage on Friday Morning.
Assess pledge, will I have time to cover the duty all week? If not find coverage.
Burn Accompaniment disc.
Have MS students assist with set up at LCS for Classroom Concerts.

To Do Tuesday
Buy Solo & Ensemble treats (box o' coffee, water, juice, small veggie platter, small sweet, cups, napkins, small plates) for Wednesday.
Create Program.
Assist Jon at his concert.

To Do Wednesday
Have HS assist with set up for Solo & Ensemble.

To Do Friday
CELEBRATE! You've made it. Tread yourself do a dinner out :)

Clothing Options:
Black pants w/black sweater set
Black pants w/black and purple sweater set
Khakis w/purple beaded sweater set
Khakis w/button up (pink, green, blue or orange)
Khakis w/button up (pink, green, blue or orange)

Goal: To maintain morning workouts. I will have more energy in the long run, and I don't want to fall out of the wonderful routine that has become habit for me!

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  • v MISSHARTUNG1
    Thanks, Sarah! Everything went pretty smoothly :)
    1229 days ago
  • v SARAHST0T
    It's so much easier to stay on track when you have a list like this. Hope everything works out this week!
    1236 days ago
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