Busyness, Priorities, Focus
What is they say about if you want a job doing giving it to be a busy person? How on earth am I meant to fit everything into what was already a busy life? The short answer I guess is to prioritise and focus.
No more rooms cleared yet but Kevin is threatening (well, that what it sounds like!) to start on the loft at the week end. Yeuch, my heart has sunk to the bottom of my stomach. On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the most, how much don’t I want to clear the loft this week end? Yep, no question, a 10. Asking me to clear ‘clutter’ is a bit like a trip to the dentist with no hope of an anaesthetic 😦
However, before I even get to the week end there’s the small matter of a third evening of CELTA classes at Manchester Academy of English. Last night we did a demonstration lesson observation and met the students we’ll be teaching over the coming weeks.
The demo observation flew past – an hour, I couldn’t believe it. And then, much to my surprise, chatting to the students devoured another hour in no time at all (well 60 minutes if you want to be pedantic but it didn’t seem like it is my point!).
Anyway, much as I love writing here it isn’t really a priority today – writing up class notes, editing a client’s newsletter and taking the dog out before college – oops, forgot a client meeting – are priorities however so I’d better get going …
Posted on 09/08/2011, in CELTA, Clutter, Languages, Motivation, Teaching and tagged busyness, CELTA, clearing clutter, clutter, de-cluttering, lesson observation, Manchester Academy of English, meet the students, motivation, teacher training. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.