Wednesday, 4 February 2015

A Week of ToDo lists

I'm so very tired today that I'm just giving you some updates and thoughts on the largely mundane things currently happening in my life. These past few days have given me some heroic lows to write about in the probably family biography, but enough about that. Ciarán is currently doing his LC mocks and we are very cute, not gonna lie.

I'm quite stressed at the moment, and instead of explaining why I'm just going to post my ToDo list for today. It is 11pm and I have 21 out of the 26 done. I have done none of my Physics h/w, which really isn't good. Well, one thing. But yeah. 

1 PE stuff
2. Bring new maths book
3. Phys start Ex. 12.1
4. Phys gets expt results off Aoife
5. Phys plot graph, get slope
6. grad quiz
7. Start alcohol article
8. Edit Fiverr gig 1 & Submit
9. Blog post
10. Phys Ex. 10.6 (all)
11. Maths Q14
12. Email AJ
13. Email Prof. D
14. Email Nina
15. Email Sinéad
16. Find pencil for Phys
17. History pg. 288 Q9A (i) to (iii)
18. Reply to IV
19. Brush hair
20. Duolingo
21. English - 4 reasons Scene 5(3) is so important, 1 A4 page
22. Meet MOR at lunch
23. Chemistry Q29
24. Find calculator

25. Type Mam's CV
26. Start Fiverr gig 2

That's an 80.7% success rate so far (I doubt I'll get any more done today; I'll have to do all that in the morning). 

Yesterday, 3/2/15 (the day the music died).

1. Duolingo
2. Circled English notes
3. Phys 10.6
4. Phys Expt
5. Print gig
6. Print bio notes
7. Write out bio notes
8. Brush hair
9. CTYI application
10. 10 article ideas
11. Circled English notes 3.2.15 and Quotes
12. PE stuff
13. Bring in Maths book 4

Yesterday was a lot less ambitious, and (thus?) less successful. Sucess rate: 61.5%. Though I almost deserve a point for the notes, since I wrote out like four pages of them.

2/2/15


1. Duolingo
2. Plan History Essay (new copy)
3. Type French vocab
4. Study Chem
5. English quotes
6. 10 article ideas
7. Look up and write notes on An Triail
8. Phys Expt 
9. Phys Ex. 10.6
10. Email MOR
11. Start friend map
12. Get bio notes
13. English write out circled notes
14. Print Mam stuff
15. Uniform
16. Draft Fiverr piece
17. Give Mam CTYI appl.
18. Maths corrections

77.77% success rate. Have you noticed two items appearing again and again as I procrastinate them? 

1/2/15

1. Duolingo
2. 15 Chem Defns
3. Maths Qs
4. Write Photo Friday post #6
5. Write up Phys expt
6. English Notes Act 4
7. Monday blog post
8. Brush hair
9. English Quotes
10. English green quote

70% success rate. Again, not much attempted here. 

31/1/15

1. Duolingo
2. Maths Qs
3. Type up Irish Sample Q
4. Sunday blog post (An Triail)
5. Monday blog post (interview)
6. Listverse pitch 1
7. Listverse pitch 2
8. 12 Chem Defns
9. Type up Bio expts
10. Act 4 notes & quotes
11. Grad Quiz x3

72.7% success rate. Lots of blog stuff that day, although 3 and 4 are kinda cheating because they're essentially the same thing. 

30/1/15

1. Duolingo
2. Saturday blog post - roundup
3. Brush hair
4. Grad quiz x4
5. Notes on Act 3
6. 12 Chem Defns
7. 2+ Pages CTYI appl
8. Passport pages on VISA appl
9. Type French vocab
10. Print HL Maths P1 2013
11. Get Bio test back
12. Make list of Bio Qs
13. Redo Maths Q
14. Type Bio expt
15. Start review of An Triail as Gaeilge
16. Chemistry Q24, 25
17. Courte paragraphe, une journée typique a l'école
18. Type and schedule post
19. Para on Eisenhower
20. Bio corrections
21. Take off uniform

I'm delighted with the productivity of that day, the Friday night. Success rate = 95.2%, my best yet. 

I only have a partial list for the 29th, so I'll skip that. 

28/1/15

1. Phys 10.5
2. Duolingo
3. Phys expt
4. Write in Physics notes
5. Maths pg. 257 Q27, 28, 29, 30, 31(ii)
6. Make flashcards on Prez & US Govt
7. Play chess game
8. Enzyme Qs
9. English another quote
10. Shower
11. Blog post

Yep, sometimes I put down simple things like "Brush hair" or "Shower" so I don't have to keep it in the back of my mind. 90.1% success rate.

So there you go; a week's worth of ToDo lists. I have lots more, but we should be back to regularly scheduled programming tomorrow. 

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