Sunday, November 9, 2008

Sundays are for playing video games

This weekend posting is the hardest to get used to so far. I guess you can tell my level of productivity by the amount of times that I looked at my computer, which was a big ZERO. Good thing I've got the Blackberry, I guess.

I downloaded Mario 3 and Tetris to my Wii, so I don't know how successful this coming week is going to be in terms of anything productive. Mario 3 is by far the best of all the Marios, so you understand my difficulty.

This coming week should be much more optimistic compared to last week's pessi-fest. Law school is heating up, too, so it should be an exercise in time management and focus, two things I'm not very good at.

4 comments:

wrmarsolek said...

nice work on the Tetris download.
What are your thoughts about lists? I like to cross things off. A sense of accomplishment.

ChangeAgent said...

I agree with the lists. It's pretty much the only way we got the house clean this weekend.

Now if I could just follow my schoolwork lists...

kimrennin said...

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ChangeAgent said...

I wonder if it's a good sign or a bad sign that my blog is now getting spammed...