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Shame on you physiology, shame....


Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Well really it's me who deserves a bit of the shaming. Water challenge and cleaning challenge still in tact but I broke my streak on drawing everyday due to studying for physiology. I am not completely heart broken over it. It's just there is so much I am trying to accomplish in a short amount of time that my "slow and steady wins the race" attitude might not lend to success in the limited time frame I have to excel. For instance my next physiology exam is in about a week and half. To most students a week and half is grand amount of time but most students don't work full time as a department head and are a care giver at home. I desperately need to start studying for the MCAT, but how can I when I am behind in physiology? Epic fail on my part.

Well I suppose it will either come together or choose to fall apart. Either way Lord knows I am putting my best foot forward.
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YUDEL6024KA 9/29/2013 7:57AM

    Hi sounds like your plate is full, but you are focus that's a good thing emoticon

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BARBANNA 9/26/2013 4:56PM

    I am with you on stress overload. emoticon I am preparing to take an exam for Hand Certification and the amount of study is like the enclopedia on steroids. I do as much as I can an everyday I feel a litter better! Hope the same is true for you! The previous suggestion is great! Take it in chunks and keep it simple!

God bless you! emoticon emoticon emoticon

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LJOYCE55 9/26/2013 2:54PM

  If drawing is what you do for pleasure, then forcing yourself to do it will not be pleasurable. Also, sounds like you have an immense amount of stuff on your plate. I wish you luck.

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YUDEL6024KA 9/25/2013 11:35PM

    Well take one step at a time, plan an approach to cover the material by dividing it in sections and plan well the time you'll spend on each, ask a friend to help you, make cards, go to the library find a quiet spot

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