If you’re wondering why I keep coming back to my blog on an almost daily basis, it’s because I’ve been using it as an accountability tool. Honestly, it helps. I don’t know if anyone else has felt the same way, but the past few days, I think quarantine hit extra hard. Or maybe I’m just in a slump. So, using this blog as an accountability tool, I’m going to blog about my (hopefully productive) day. Per usual, you guys get a to-do list, except it’s going to be in order of priority.
- Continuity Care paperwork
- Make a Zelle
- do 4 reports
- sort reports by date
- Confirm that the essay and stipend were received
Here’s the thing. My schedule today consists of clerical tasks. Things like organization. Sorting papers. Creating accounts. I enjoy working without necessarily organizing that work, so my desk ends up looking like this:
Update: this is future Vera. I turned in my paperwork. I made the Zelle. It took all of 30 minutes. I’ve been putting off the Zelle thing since Friday (for those wondering, a Zelle is basically a PayPal), so I’m glad it got done.
Update from future Vera: It is now 9 pm. I did an exercise video by Sydney Cummings, thereby crossing off #4 on the list. I left spontaneously for a fun outing, which is why I have done zero reports. You read that right: zero! I want to see how many reports I will get done in the next hour. Keep in mind that it’s night time. Granted, it may just be one or two, but that’s not nothing. I had a lovely day. My grandparents came by in the evening and I talked with my friend as well.
Alright, it’s the next morning now. I ended up going to sleep at almost midnight last night, but I’m proud of myself because I finished three reports. I ended up doing 4/6 of my tasks– a decent start to a productive week.