I am coming to the end of my university life (boo!) and this means one thing in particular: exams. I have gone through uni just expecting that a 2:1 grade would somehow fall in my lap- unfortunately fourth year has been a bit of a wake-up call for me and I've come to realise that if I want to achieve this most sought-after of grades, I need to actually work for it. I have yet to start revision properly and before I do so, I have decided to set myself a to-do list, partly to make sure that I don't miss anything out and partly to put off actually starting revision properly.
|You can't not feel summery when you have orange toenails!|
But the weather this week seems to have taken an enormous turn for the better and the glorious sunshine is making the thought of staying inside revising quite an unpleasant one. Therefore I have made myself a to-do list for today which involves the least amount of 'work' possible:
- Take library books back to library (and put off paying the fine- again)
- Buy washing powder
- Do washing
- Sit outside and read book whilst supervising the clothes as they dry on the rack (this is definitely necessary)
- Fix sunglasses
- Write revision to-do list
- Read something in French and something in German
- Make beef stew and dumplings- yum
- Watch rubbish telly this evening
What a packed schedule! If my uni tutors could see this I'm sure they'd agree that there's no way I have time to start proper revision today. In typically British fashion, I blame the weather. Maybe tomorrow..