7am Breakfast, deal with 16 emails that came in overnight
8am Jog down to hire car place, arrange car rental for Christmas
9am - 11am Read book about Japanese NGOs and write dissertation outline
11am - 12.30pm meet with librarian to discuss dissertation
12.30 - 2pm Have all that fuss with the WIFI / staff
2pm - 2.30pm meeting with member of CILASS staff to discuss a joint presentation we're giving on 'technology in the classroom' next week to library staff.
2.30pm - 3.30pm take a breather, blog
3.30pm - 4.30pm Sheffield Graduate Award meeting
4.30 - 5.30pm dash home to pick up posters for winners of Japan soc competition, eat
5.30pm - 6pm take trailer back to parking place
6pm - 6.45pm Stop off at tandem learning to drop off posters and catch up with a couple of people
7pm - 10pm training for part time job
10pm ~ now: emails re. CILASS projects, TGW advertising, complaint to computer services about staff attitude!
It does worry me that I am so busy that I am not spending any time on my Japanese studies. I think I will say bye bye to that First right now!
These past 7 days I have written an average of 34 emails a day, most of which are related to some kind of business. Exhausting stuff.
How can I let go?