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Week 31: July 29 - August 4
« on: July 29, 2018, 09:22:30 PM »
Hello, everyone!
Please, answer the following questions to help 1) you set and focus on your goals and 2) provide information so others can help with accountability/motivation.
Your answers can have as little or as much details as you want to share.
  • What were last week's goals?
  • How did they go?
  • What are your goals for this week?
  • How productive was last week? (Scale: 1-7. 1 = minimal/not-at-all; 7 = maximum/Master Productivity)
  • Could anything be done be more productive/efficient?
  • How would you rate your wellbeing? (Scale: 1-7. 1 = lowest point, 7=highest point)
  • What would have made it better?
  • Any additional comments?

"Last week" indicates July 22 - July 28.
"This week" indicates July 29 - August 4.


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Re: Week 31: July 29 - August 4
« Reply #1 on: August 02, 2018, 05:08:12 PM »
I'm a little late in reporting again.

Last Week's goals:
  • Transcribe notes
  • Contact friends
  • Finances
  • Blanket to dark blue

How'd they go?
  • A little, but not completed.
  • Wonderful. The most social I have been in a while. Saw a friend in person, had multiple phone calls, and was able to catch up with another. Still have some more to contact, though.
  • Not even looked at.
  • I manages to get one row to dark blue before July 29. Yay.

Goals for this week:
  • COOK - Try new crock-pot recipe, Make brownies, make cocoa Aloo Palak << My house-mate got to this one before I could.
  • Continue Blanket
  • Friends- one by different method.
  • Start writing again. Or at least start editing.
  • Practice Tai-Chi
  • Light bulbs, and cleaning room.

Productivity Level: 3 I still procrastinated a lot.
Anything that can be done.
Shut down computer at night. Stop reading stories before work is done. Use kitchen timer I bought to practice pomodoro technique. (Possibly look more into UFYH. While the "F" does make me a little uncomfortable, I can filter it. Besides, maybe it'll motivate me to keep my space clean. Thank you for the suggestion Juniper.

Health Rating: Improvements? It's been too long to give this information. I may have a good memory, but remembering about health is not part of it. [/list]