Getting Caught Up

Posted on Saturday, March 9th, 2013 by

I also got a new mug recently!

I also got a new mug recently!

I don’t know how it happened, but I somehow fell a little behind in my classes. Luckily, I spent a good 8 hours doing work today to catch back up! I’m about halfway there, so thankfully, it’s only Saturday! Hopefully I can finish everything tomorrow.

Sitting down to do work for 8 hours is pretty daunting, so I started off by making a huge list of all the little things I have to do. The more little things I can cross off, the better, otherwise I’d get pretty discouraged pretty fast!

I also made an entire pot of coffee and drank it within the first 30 minutes of my work.

Then, when I was feeling cooped up in my apartment, I took a walk to Moxie. Unfortunately, Moxie was too busy, but the Moorhead Library was close by and it was a great spot for me for a couple hours!

By the time I came back, I had made great strides on everything, so I rewarded myself with a little snack before I kept going.

I’ll probably end up using the same system tomorrow because it seemed to work well today!


  1. Mom says:

    Hope your Sunday went well, too, and you got lots done! 🙂

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Hello! My name is Geneva. I am a Sociology major who loves books and friendly debates.
I work in the Office of Communications and Marketing and the Career Center on campus. I’m a co-President of the Straight and Gay Alliance (SAGA), and I have a passion for activism. I love people, writing, British accents, reading great books and taking pictures. I’m addicted to caffeine, video games, zombie movies, superheroes and sleep.

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