Sign up for additional online course
--Word (started so this week finish)
--Excel (sign up and get started)
Organize desk and desktop
Apply to jobs (monthly ttl 20/annual ttl 116/interviews 0)
I haven't checked how many jobs I applied to this past week so I still need to update the totals but, until I have a job, this is something that will obviously not be crossed off the list so much as it will be an ongoing record of my commitment to finding a job.
Begin mid-month note
Remove poem and transfer to newsletter
Listen to Lifelines and take notes (cd 1)
There is some big news regarding the volunteer work I do for the conference but I'm not in a position to say anything at this time. Because of this shift, you may see less here than before and then the announcement . . . probably in another month or so.
Write Patrick (re 2010)
Write Momma (re book and box)
Write Evi (re package)
Write Greg (re holidays)
I did it! I got my email down to 350. Next week: 300!
Organize shelves in guest room
Clean blinds in great room
Organize shelves in great room
Scrub kitchen floor
Most of this week I tried to find a rhythm to my day but I am still having a hard time sinking into a routine. Early this week it occurred to me that my day-to-day life feels out of control this year because I haven't had a chance to settle into a routine. Think about the year thus far--Rob's surgery, my back, then a virus--and it becomes quickly apparent why I am not feeling like my life has any routine. It will happen. It always does. But it won't happen overnight.
Reiki meditation 5x per week
Update well-being blog twice
Update personal blog twice
Update body blog daily
Study Italian 3x
I got some of these things done but I didn't track them. Oops. Again, part of my having a routine. I also removed all of the exercising from this list last weekend because I was still recovering from the virus. I was actually able to exercise even though I didn't have it listed as something to be done.
Walk with Kanika (Saturday)
Schedule new game day
Kanika had to cancel our walk but we rescheduled for today. Whew! And Bibisitting is always fun.
Stories of Illness and Healing: Women Write Their Bodies
You Can Beat the Odds!