week 8… argh
I don't know if i've been organising my time really badly, in fact on the record- i haven't been organising it really badly, sometimes things just kind of slip and you forget to get a move on and stay on one thing way too long. Like these newspaper cuttings, they just sap up so much time, and they switch your brain off after a while too.
Still by the end of week nine i won't ever look at them again, and then i can focus on the photographs, still kind of sticking to the plan i think. I hope. Especially as the end draws ever nearer.
And i don't even want to think aobut my csap project- at least i know what i'll be doing in october! I'm a bit stressed at the moment, despite an exciting end to the newspaper week, and a couple of really good meetings and discussions with various supervisors, finding a shed load of books to read in warwick library on friday made me feel really happy. Got to keep the sociology part of my brain engaged and not become an historian (no offence to historians!), must keep the ol' sociological imagination ticking.
I was stressed not only because of project related stuff, but until today I didn't know what was going on with my degree, and now i do, except that now means getting forms filled in and stuff- I'm dropping politics to just do sociology. I realised that I hadn't sent my loan forms off, my own fault, but I really do hate forms. I've got the house to move into, though i've not filled in any of those forms either- yet. And i'm going on holiday next week – 7th-13th, no parking booked at the airport yet.
Well the evidence is actually quite stacked up against my organisational skills isn't it. But if you want something doing you should always ask a busy person. And good people are always busy. It will all be sorted. I like the last minute pressure! makes me feel alive!!! Once one thing is done it will be disproportionally easier to do the others.
The project is, despite (or inspite of me), going well. The books found on friday were pure gold.
Cricket 2 1, nuff said.