Here is the punchline for the day: I am going to teach college students how to organize their paperwork, notes, and other project materials in order to succeed in school.
My co-teacher, who has only known me for a few weeks cackled with glee at the thought. She even threatened to call me a fraud during my lecture!
However, since organization is on my mind in many ways, it's not such a mismatch.
Also, I am capable of organizing papers if it is absolutely necessary. And with the amount of paperwork coming my way in my new job, it is absolutely necessary.
I don't have any great revelations for today.
You know, I have to get more sleep, eat less sugar and exercise. I may need to track all of those things, since tracking seems to be a successful thing for me. Tracking my meds here has been wildly successful for keeping my compliant.
Grateful Crap: The return of my oldest who had a wonderful time at the middle school retreat and could not stop talking about all the things they did with their counselors.
took meds 150mg sertraline, 300mg bupropion
sleep count: 7.5 hours (plus 1/2 hour nap)
sugar count: cinnamon toast, lemonade iced tea (2 servings), homemade malt
Quaker, teacher, parent,