It's been a busy day. I worked for seven hours, all the while with a massive inferiority complex hovering over my head. Then I did stuff. Not sure what, but it took two hours. How do I know that? I didn't eat dinner till 8:00. I do not operate well on an empty stomach.
Earlier in the week, my science teacher was discussing study habits. He mentioned making goals, and, even though you could practically hear the class rolling their eyes, he had some interesting things to say.
According to my teacher, all sorts of studies have been done on written goals--not just goals in general, they have to be written down. If you have specific, detailed goals and you write them down, you're way more likely to achieve them.
That got my thinking.
Counting September, I have four months until I turn 16. I've decided there are a few things I want to do in these four months--I know sixteen isn't very old, but it's old to me. Which means that 800 years old is like, unimaginable ;)
While I am Fifteen, I will:
- Attend a new yoga class
- Complete at least two PE by correspondence assignments (out of five, I think)
- Have the rough draft of my wip COMPLETE
- Have an A average in all my classes
- Practice cello and trumpet every other day
- Go swimming
Oooh, I just love tagging things.