Anyone who knows me at all knows I have trouble with commitment. I am in fact so obstinate that the idea of claiming I am going to do something every week immediately makes me want to not do it. I mean really, Anne, who would you be hurting now if you quit? Just you. I am ridiculous.
Anyway, here I go. I am going to try to take a little time each Sunday and reflect on my week. We’ll see what happens.
Personal Stuffs: This week I turned 29. Yep, that happened. It was not my favorite birthday but looking forward I am seeing only good things and opportunities this year.
Classroom Stuffs: My classroom is shifting. The group I had the most trouble with at the beginning of the year is a cohesive unit who speak openly about the learning they do and how they do. My class that I was most impressed with at the beginning of the year seems to be shifting away from that.
Personal Change: This weekend I made my lunches ahead of time and I am hoping to get my act together and join a gym with a good friend of mine.
Classroom Change: I am going to spend this week really focusing on fostering conversation and in order to that I am going to have to structure a lot more.
Reading: I am trying to get into My Brilliant Friend. It was recommended by a couple people but I just can’t get into it. I am thinking of reading Orleans cause I love me some YA and I bought it after the voices of color YA panel at Comic Con.
Watching: I am binge watching Medium. It is bad and I love it.
Your assigned reading: How to fall in love with anyone. It’s beautiful, short, and I am seriously considering trying it.
miss you, love you, see you next week. (hopefully)
2 thoughts on “Week 1. Commitment.”
Glad to see you! Keep it up! I’m in the process of figuring out what my new writing routine is going to be for the new year or whatever, too. Goals are good! Thanks.
I actually did the “How to fall in love with anyone” thing with my boyfriend but is it still supposed to work with someone you’re already dating? Lol It was interesting but not what I expected.