list-it tuesday: accomplishments

I’ve got tons of work pulling me in every direction this week. It’s the final week before finals week… lots of tests and projects and lab reports, coupled with lots of narwhals, makes me think that maybe it’s not recommended to single-handedly run a small business while pursuing an engineering degree full time. what a thought! but it makes me happy…

I very rarely finish a day’s to-do list, because I always pile on way more stuff than I could reasonably be expected to handle. It all gets done in time, of course, but going to bed with an unfinished to-do list makes me feel like a sloth. A very stressed sloth. So for Aimee‘s list-it Tuesday, I made a list of my accomplishments so far this week: Sunday-Monday-Tuesday morning.

accomplishments so far this week

I’m feeling a bit less like a sloth now.

8 Responses

  1. cath c says:

    congratulations on jobs well done!

  2. aimee says:

    i’d say you got a lot accomplished! congrats! and ohhhh, i’m so glad i’m not in school anymore – i’d flunk out!

  3. Karen M says:

    There’s a lot on your plate, but your doing great! The end of the semester isn’t far away.

  4. Bonnie says:

    AMAZING list ! What a great idea … making a list of things accomplished !! I might try that !!

    My List is IS UP NOW too.

  5. storybeader says:

    Looks like a good week at school. Congrats. Neat idea to list accomplishments – sure makes one feel uplifted! {:-Deb

  6. S.E.Minegar says:

    i can relate to stressed sloth syndrome! well put. great idea listing accomplishments instead of “to dos”…kinda of a glass half full feeling at the end of the day. kudos of completing so much!

    i’m listing too.


  7. I think To Do Lists are so calming-at least before the monkey mind starts going again :) Congrats on the A in German, whew I am so not good at languages. Great list day!

  8. I love the idea of writing a list of accomplishments at the end of the day, versus writing a list of to-do’s at the beginning of the day… Wonderful!

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