Yesterday has been alright. I stayed at uni to do some work and work out, but the evening wasn't very productive as I procrastinated a lot. I didn't even get to bed on time despite not doing much work. Lots of room for improvement. I did sticker time though, it is a good reflection tool. I'll try to do better today! I'm grateful for construction works. I'm grateful for my phone still working. I'm grateful for having a twin brother.
The weekend has been restful and a little productive. I got the essentials done, but I'm still needing to do a little catching up on coursework and homework. I didn't go to uni on Friday so that I could catch up with a friend who was leaving for Europe. It made my workload more difficult, but I'm glad I got to spend a decent amount of time with him before he left. It seem that posting daily is still a challenge for me, so I'll need to make sure it is a primary focus for my self development. A reflection tool is probably the best way of improving myself!
I don't run my own business or anything, but have been involved with an entrepreneurial competition this year and am doing an entrepreneurship paper right now too. It is really to get my foot in the door of entrepreneurship, but not to actually start anything until a few years time.
Today has been a pretty good day. I started working early at uni, and organised today's group meeting with my entrepreneurship team pretty well. The meeting went smoothly too, the only issue being the time constraints as we walked away not having clarified what we're to accomplish before the next meeting. I didn't exercise much, but I made dinner tonight and I learned a little bit. I didn't do any studying in the afternoon which was quite problematic; I've decided to pay special attention to when is and when isn't a good time to listen to podcasts and music. I'm grateful for sticker time with my brother. I'm grateful for rain. I'm grateful for my dad helping me clean up.
The weekly reflection would be reviewing the difficulties encountered during the week and what I can learn from them. It is intended to be like an iteration process where I review what I'm doing before starting a new cycle.
The weekend has been a blast! I worked on Friday night, went to the university ball on Saturday night, and went to a friend's leaving party on Sunday night. It resulted in me being very tired on Monday. I also had time during the day on both weekend days which I could have spent more wisely, so I need to be more conscious of that in future. Today has been an average day of working; I unfortunately had to flag going to robotics to get more studying done though. I only got less then 3 hours of studying/work done, so if I want to do my best I'll need to make the most of travel time. I also want to do a weekly reflection again, as it would help a lot with iterating and learning from my mistakes. I'm grateful for being a team leader and class representative. I'm grateful for the buses that go from university. I'm grateful for the dinner I received tonight.
Today has been a pretty good day! I went to the gym in the morning and did my usual schedule. I find I'm not performing as well as I did before the holidays, no doubt due to not going there enough during the holidays and last week. I booked in to get a new schedule though, so it'll be a great way to revive my interest in gyming. I had a relatively non-social day of doing study work and such, but I still didn't get all that much done. It seems that avoiding studying has been a theme recently through procrastination and doing other jobs that aren't course related. I'll simply need to work harder! In the evening I did some robotics with my team and we continued prototyping stuff. It has been really interesting for me to learn about the different parts that go into a metal based piece of machinery and the mechanisms, I've really enjoyed it there. I've also started listening to Cam's podcast again, it has actually been really helpful for me to reflect. I'm grateful for a purring cat on my lap. I'm grateful for the flexibility of doing one of my papers online. I'm grateful for being able to go to a ball this weekend!
My post for yesterday: Today has been a relatively relaxed day. I walked the dog in the morning (I was still sore from my last workout with a friend!) and went to university as usual. I had my first meeting with my innovent team, which is an entrepreneurialism paper I'm doing similar to the social innovation competition I did earlier this year. The meeting went well, and as the team leader I think I did a good job. Next time I'll just need to be a little more cautious about how much it appears I need reassurance, as I asked someone afterwards about a couple things. Feedback is always good though. I also had a meeting with my lecturers for that paper, as I'm one of the class representatives. It was a good conversation about politics and the youth of today, the best I've had on that type of topic. In the evening I cooked dinner and did some chores, but it was more as a form of procrastination than anything productive. I'll need to work on that in future!
Today has been an average day. I got up late due to tiredness, and procrastinated in the morning quite a lot before getting anything done. I had a call with my accountability partner though, and I’ve reflected yet again that I need to be posting here daily to keep on track with self-development. I got some studying done and worked in the evening.
Post for yesterday:
Today has been relatively good day; I had an early start, worked out with a friend, and managed to get some decent work done. I wrote in my planner as a reflection to keep focused when studying.
Post for today:
Today has been another decent day. My muscles and back are sore from the workout yesterday, and I walked the dog instead of going to the gym. My downfall has been not making use of my time travelling. A lot of my time that could be used for studying has been taken up by non-curricular activities, namely robotics today (2.5+ hours!). To make sure I’m keeping up with my coursework, I’ll need to use my travel time wisely. Even if I’m all caught up (unlikely), I can always finish an email to one of my pen pals.
I'm grateful for the robotics club at university. I'm grateful for the leadership roles I've picked up recently. I'm grateful for having programming experience.
Quick update: The start of this week has been a blur of activity: University has started and I’m going through the motions again. Yesterday I attended a meeting and induction for the robotics association at university, it was a crucial step for me to get started with robotics at university.
Recently I cooked dinner with my brother and it was a great bonding experience. We prepared enough food to last us two days!
I’m very happy with the papers I’m doing this semester, they’re generally the ones I’m most interested in.
Today I was voted as a class representative for my entrepreneurial paper, and I’m very happy with this outcome and my improvised speech I made today for it.