‘To Do’ List


Now that the awful studying is out of the way, I can get on with my life.

As I have said previously, I do like a good list to help me focus

So, here is my ‘get on with my life’ list (in no particular order)

1. Get drunk (in celebration)

2. Socialize madly

3. Write a fantastically successful screen play (with my partner, who will be known as KD from now on)

4. Learn CSS and all that web design stuff

5. Blog profusely

6. Go on holiday

7. Party a bit more

8. Celebrate my birthday


10. Join a BOOT CAMP to get super fit (probably)

Obviously, some of this items are dependent upon others…and quite a few of them involve my beloved significant other, KD, who deserves a special mention for being so supportive, supplying me with food, keeping the house ship-shape and filling up my wine glass on request (all things he does anyway!).

Time to resume my life!!!!!!!!



I’m a great one for lists

I find that writing a list helps me focus, especially when I have loads of different things to do

Writing a list sets out the tasks in hand and makes them more manageable I find

I don’t actually DO everything on the lists

But I feel as if I’ve achieved SOMETHING because I’ve written the list

Tomorrow’s list is as follows:

1. Wake up (I don’t have a lot of control over this one but I’m glad to say it tends to happen every day)

2. Have wee (see no.1)

3. Switch computer on, check Facebook while kettle boils (multi-tasking)

4. Have cup of tea

5. Take online Scrabble goes (VERY important)

6. More tea

7. Shower and brekkies and dress (probably)

8. Arrange lap top and papers all ready for studying (and feel all virtuous and organised)

9. Check Scrabble goes and post up something irrelevant on Facebook wall (in case my friends think I’m dead)

10. More tea

11. Glance over at lap top and think about starting studying (I’m excellent at planning)

12. Water Fairyland garden on Facebook (well, everything was wilting!)

13. Lunch (prepared by my resident chef)

14. Study (yes, really!)

15. Cup of tea break

16. More tea

17. Check on Scrabble situation and post something else up on Facebook about how hard I am studying (people need to feel my pain)

18. Since it’s Saturday, have afternoon glass of wine and tidy up papers on table ready for dinner (job well done, I’d say)

19. Dinner (prepared by the chef again)

20. Relax after hard day studying with a nice glass of wine and a film (phew, I deserve it after all that)

Yes, lists are ESSENTIAL to make sure things get done……..