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Why on earth am I tired already?

Finally (finally!) the week of madness is over. I got to finish three assignments due within 24 hours of each other. I haven't touched Dr. Nbook all week thanks to the mass of assignments all week. I need to learn to do more on the weekends, something I failed miserably at last weekend.

The overall impression of this semester after two weeks? This one's going to be busy. And by busy, I mean it's going to be the busiest one yet. Let's take a look.

* Classes (three math, one physics + lab, Global Connections)
* Work and attending calculus and Math 101 classes
* Infinity Club
* Tower Council, which actually gets busy this semester
* Aurora, in which we actually put the magazine together
* Putting together a decent theme house proposal
* Applying for summer research programs
* LJ Idol

And the bad part is that all this leaves me hardly any time for myself. Dr. Nbook has been untouched for three days. LJ has hardly been touched. My friends have hardly seen me. I've hardly been online at all except to check email. (Those other entries this week were of the log-on before working, then log-off style so I could work on real analysis.)

Last weekend was filled with movies, not working, and the acquisition of a mattress from a neighbor. It's now a comfy space in the loft. but since the weekend was filled with movies, I've now made progress on the movie section of the 101 Things in 1001 Days list. I'll make a separate entry to list the movies when I finish this one. I may even make a list for the books...when I actually find the time to read an entire book. That's kind of sad, isn't it?

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djner
Jan. 26th, 2008 12:06 am (UTC)
Calculus and math 101, yummy! :)
sushimustwrite
Jan. 26th, 2008 12:11 am (UTC)
I know! It's great, though, since I sit in the back and get an idea of where they are in the course so I can be ready when they come to the math center. That and I get paid to go to their classes. That's always a perk.
djner
Jan. 26th, 2008 12:17 am (UTC)
Are you a notetaker or something? Or are you a tutor?
sushimustwrite
Jan. 26th, 2008 12:22 am (UTC)
I'm a tutor for the courses, so I do go to some of their classes and spend some time in the math learning center where they can do their math and get help if they need it. Actually, "spend some time" has turned into "living" over time. Getting the fridge and microwave in there has only enhanced that.

And notes? I still haven't perfected that, and I'm a junior in college! You'd think time would have helped, eh?
djner
Jan. 26th, 2008 01:29 am (UTC)
Ah yes. I know exactly what you're doing. I worked at our Enhanced Learning Center for a while. I did the in center tutoring, basically tutoring every subject scienceish and mathish that I could. Along with reading papers that people had etc. They were sad when I left. I loved tutoring chemistry the best, but when people waited to see me until the last day before a final that was annoying. I never went into a class and did the tutor thing ... too time consuming. But it's nice to get paid to sit there and do homework when there's no one in the center.
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