back to the basics—but it’s never too late to start from the beginning. (hot chai helps!!)
day 5 / 100
- three hours of assistantship work
- finished reading jasmine (then decided to use it for a final essay)
- read more sir gawain and the green knight
- did some early-stage reading and researching on the testament of cresseid for final essays
- started crochet hat for my mom’s friend’s baby
day 10/90 of productivity🖤
i went to school today, so these are pictures of how i actually take notes! they’re so ugly.
anyways, i'll￼ go to school tomorrow, take even uglier notes, but then i’ll turn them into aesthetic pleasing-ish notes, and show you the difference.
10/20/20 | day 2/100
i didn’t get any school work down that is worth mentioning. however, i did…
-work an 8 ½ hour shift
-wash my hair (i like to wash it about every 3 days)
-eat homemade alfredo
and while we are at it, please enjoy this photo of my desk area that i did not sit at today :)
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2020.10.20. 28/100 days of productivity
Today was productive but it doesn’t feel like it was.
I finished all of the administration work needed to apply for a scholarship, I can’t believe people working at our uni were actually helpful for once.
Apart from an hour long walk I took, I spent the whole day trying to store my data in the database. I tried so many things and nothing worked. I stopped working on it around 4pm when I went for a walk and I also missed my psychology class.
After a few hours everything was just freezing and not working properly and I just didn’t see the point in trying anymore. I was about to have a little breakdown but after the first few tears rolled down my face I decided to just turn up some seventeen songs and just dance around my room. It might sound dumb but I guess it did help because I couldn’t cry while dancing even if I wanted to.
I probably danced around for half an hour before getting back to work.
I decided I’m not going to sleep before I get the data in the database even if that means I’m going to sleep the next morning. And somehow after another hour IT FINALLY WORKED. When I saw the query running and finishing and when the message said there’s 1M+ rows in my database I was so happy I could cry.
Tomorrow is gonna be a work filled day as well but at least now I have data to work with. I’m so happy I managed to do it before the end of the day and even if I fail to do all of the tasks for the project I’m still happy with what I’ve done!
I’m probably gonna go through a few Korean lessons on lingodeer and call it a day.
Think of everything you do as progress. Life is a bank and any time you do anything that brings you joy you’re earning.
Sent someone a meme? You progressed your relationship. Drew a doodle? You progressed your art skill. Took a bath? You progressed your mental health.
Life is a bank and any time you do anything that brings you joy you’re earning.
When you adopt this mindset, you are able to appreciate the little things in life and develop a sense of mastery over life.
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october 20th, 2020
not gonna lie, this weekend was tough! but i’m slowly starting to get everything organized, i’ve been using notion and journaling has also helped a lot!
Note overviews and bookmarks for notebooks are furiously underatted. I think it’s time to find a more efficent note taking style to seal the deal though. Any reccomendations?
100 days of productivity
October 19th, 2020
I finished some graphing work for pre-cal and then peer-reviewed and revised my partners essay. Didn’t have much to do though so I got to relax and hang out with my mom 🥺💕
writing a to-do list is funny because i never know if i will even look at it ever again
100 days of productivity
October 18 2020
I finished that Physics test review I was stressed about yesterday and then it refused to submit =/
Tuesday, October 20th
Does anyone else’s day feel like it’s never going to end? I have had lectures for 3hours straight, and I’m pooped! I’m feeling all the cozy vibes with my peach candle, and all I want to do is hide in bed and watch Netflix ♡
very pleased about the fact that i went to the museum when i still had the chance, cos guess who’s house is self isolating now
Overall Rating: 4 Stars
The Artist’s Date by Julia Cameron encourages writers to spend time devoted to finding inspiration. Within the confines of this book, there are 50 creative suggestion–date ideas–to get inspiration.
I heard about this book about a year ago and absolutely loved the concept. I mean, it makes complete sense in a “Treat Yourself” sort of way. I love it and I appreciate the list of creative ideas to get the ball rolling.
Personally, this book definitely made me rethink my creative process. The ideas were wonderful and I cannot wait to try them once this pandemic is over.
However, I will say that I sort of expected a bit more than just a list of ideas. As I said, I love the concept, but I don’t know…I kind of just wanted more.
Overall, I’d rate this book 4 stars. It’s great if you’re looking to re-inspire yourself creativity and need a few nuggets of wisdom.
30 days of productivity: 5/30
edit and send job application letter for Lab B1 read Dawson & Phelan chapter 8
- start reading lecture for philosophy of dialogue essay
- choose essay topic