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Sunday=Better plainning

Sunday, October 06, 2013

Today is going to be busy. I have to go to the soon to be in-laws and measure out the weeding area so we know where to put the props. Than it's the task of getting said props from my house to theirs this next few weeks. Plus setting them up.

Then I have to divided up my time into three categories. Crafting, Studying time, and Exercise. One nice thing is that I realized I don't have to be bringing my science book to class. That will be a nice relief off my back while walking to and from school. I'm not going to let myself wimp out and not do it.

Of course Studying is the most important thing to do. I have to get my reading in or I'll get lost. Plus I have to be ahead of the class by Oct 30. I have to take a test two days early, because I'll be getting married. So study study study till my little head explodes. But, still manage to get my dress and everything else completed.


Member Comments About This Blog Post:
BARBANNA 10/6/2013 1:26PM

    Sounds like a very workable plan, just do it! Glad you are so concrete and specific, that's how actions take place and good things happen! Keep up the good work!

Thanks for the Spark Goodie! I am studying diligently but mine is everyday as my bigggggest test is in 4 weeks. I have been stuck like glue to my books for 5 weeks. My physician husband, gave me an order to go out for dinner and a movie this evening, so I guess I must comply or suffer the consequences. Sadly that means more work, but it is probably more effective to move away from my study for a break and return. If you do anything too long, it can have a adverse effect. I have learned that in my study and know too well the harm induced.

Have a great week of wedding preparation and school! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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