Tuesday, August 9, 2011

My progress.

And just when I think I wasn't addicted to blogging, I get that pull to my computer that reminds me that it's almost been a week.

I feel terrible that I'm neglecting you guys although that I know I shouldn't.

After all, I can't exactly write about living if I do it at the cost of my living time. I must admit that I didn't realize how much time my Economics would take up. Yes, it's only one hour, but then that doesn't include self-study (something I really should have done last year) and driving to University and back. From where I live, driving alone takes up almost an hour and a half.

Still, there is something about all this that I noticed this year that I didn't have before. Control. I'm in control of what I'm studying and what I'm getting done. Yes, I'm having to sacrifice time that could have been spent doing what I love, but at least I'm not struggling to settle down enough for me to get some studying done.

I'm so glad that this is the case, as I'm becoming quietly confident of my chances at success. Hopefully that success will carry me through when the tests and exams come...

How are you all doing?

12 comments:

meandmythinkingcap said...

Welcome back. Control is what I try to get hold of alltime but never seem to succeed.

Bethe77 said...

Misha good for you taking control! Good for you for taking classes. I have often thought maybe I would and say NO that isnt me. Bravo for you and your great success.
Blessings

li said...

Lately I've just been controlling what I can and trying to shrug off what I cannot. Not easy sometimes, but worth it when I can shake off feelings of guilt and let things roll off my back.

Claudia Moser said...

Welcom back indeed, I am on a business travel, again :(

Theresa said...

We missed you! Well done on having control over your studies. You are indeed a rare breed.

Jacqueline Howett said...

Glad to hear you're taking charge. Good luck with your studies. Yeah- we are all learning something. Enjoy it!

Amish Stories said...

Greetings from the Amish community of Lebanon,pa. Richard from Amish Stories.

Peaches Ledwidge said...
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Peaches Ledwidge said...

Welcome back, Misha. Time, yes, is soooo not enough.

Wendy G. Ewurum said...

You are really inspiring me Misha. Thanks

Manzanita said...

It's a wonderful thing you are doing. I too, loved to take classes. I did that most of my life. It's so exciting to be in an actual class and absorb the knowledge and the exchange of ideas.
Cheers and keep up the good work.
Manzanita@Wannabuyaduck

Talli Roland said...

I'm feeling a bit out of control these days. I'm trying, I'm trying!