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Resolutions Revisited.

December 27, 2009

The Sunday Salon.com

Looking back on the last half year of reading, I’m not sure whether I should be joyful or miserable. I know, I’ve said it time and again on my blog and in person, that I had a spurt when I was staying at home, three or four big books a week, and then, when I got into the classroom, with lesson plans et al, the reading, never mind the blogging, fell by the wayside.

Obviously, with a new beginning right around the corner in 2010, new books for Christmas and a new Nook on the way (that’s all I’ll say; I won’t brag)I have more than enough resources and reason to commit to a brand new me but I think I might need a brand new plan of attack if I am to teach 50 hours a week, write lesson plans and still have time for my family and friends. Don’t worry, I’ll still enjoy it even if I create a plan of attack I’ll probably never stick to. I’m a planner but I am rarely a weeper if my plans fail to flower.

I think, this week that I have off, I’ll just need to reset, get some reading done and create a new mind set. Off we go and good wishes to all in the New Year!

4 Comments leave one →
  1. December 27, 2009 11:51 am

    It is hard to balance teaching and all the other stuff. I find I go in spurts with my reading and blogging – depending how busy I am at school. I’m hoping to relax and recharge over vacation… and maybe even get ahead a little bit!

    Enjoy the rest of your vacation!

  2. December 27, 2009 12:28 pm

    You do pretty well with reading and blogging with all the other time commitments in your life!

    Good luck on your “reset”!!!

  3. December 27, 2009 8:54 pm

    Resolutions sound so final! They are supposed to be the beginning, the seed from which you grow! Best of luck to you. But it sounds like you have your priorities straight!

    Michele
    SouthernCityMysteries

  4. stacybuckeye permalink
    December 31, 2009 6:20 pm

    Sometimes all it takes is a good plan 🙂 Hope 2010 is a great one for you.

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