One benefit of being a teacher is that, instead of having an abitrary New Year, marked only by a new calendar, I have a real, obvious, new year every August. I’m nowhere near as Type A as I would like to be, but I am a Nervous Nelly. My sloppy habits, messy desk, and procrastination bother me to no end. On day one of the school year, I go from no structure and no commitments to being a workin’ woman. It’s the perfect opportunity for resolutions. (That’s why I love this site; it helps me to figure out what I need to do to have the daily life I want). So:
6:30 AM – Wake up, get dressed, eat breakfast, grab lunch, running clothes, and water bottle.
7:30 AM – Leave for work. Check word-a-day calendar.
8:05 AM – School starts.
3:10 PM – Kids leave. Plan for tomorrow and run all copies.
3:45 PM – Change into running clothes and run at the school track.
4:30 PM – Drive home and shower.
5:00 PM – Clean what needs to be cleaned.
6:00 PM – Dinner.
7:30 PM – Go home. Watch TV, knit, grade papers. Whatever.
8:30 PM – Talk to boyfriend on the phone. While talking, set up coffee maker, pack lunch, pack running clothes and water bottle.
9:45 PM – Say goodnight. Do yoga.
10:30 PM – Go to sleeeeep. 21 months ago