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Just back in from my Sunday afternoon swim. Had a good session and maintained my 50 lengths a session that I’ve aimed for. Now seems like a good time to plan for the week ahead. One of the biggest challenges of challenges30 so far has been the organisational and logistical task of working on 30 separate challenges whilst also fulfilling my other obligations. This is what I need to do in the coming week:
Monday- Drive to work remembering to take work clothes for the days I’ll be cycling, teach my lessons, Phone my dissertation supervisor about the progress I’m making on my research at 4pm then cycle the 25 miles home from work (5pm-6.30pm), work on dissertation (7-9pm)
Tuesday- Cycle to work in the morning (6am-7.30), teach my lessons (9am-3pm), faculty meeting after work (3.15-4pm), read some of War & Peace and try to get something to eat (4.30-6pm), attend governor training session (6.45-8.45pm), drive home (9-9.45pm)
Wednesday- Drive to work, teach lessons, cycle home, Celebrate finishing the 30 day vegetarian challenge by having a meat feast!
Thursday- Cycle to work in the morning (6am-7.30pm), teach lessons, drive home
Friday- Cycle to work in the morning (6am-7.30pm), run a careers event for Yr11, cycle home (4-5.30pm)
Saturday- do no physical activity and rest!
Sunday- Work on dissertation (6am-9am, yes I know it’s Sunday morning but this is when I work best…), Swim 60 lengths, read some more of War & Peace
So, by the end of the week I’m hoping to have
- swum another 60 lengths
- cycled 150 miles
- learned more about my role as a school governor
- made progress on completing my MSc dissertation
- read at least another 100 pages of War & Peace
- completed my 30 day vegetarian challenge
- fulfilled all of my other obligations to a high standard- lessons I’m teaching, things I’m doing at work, etc.
Bring it on