I should do this earlier in the week. This gives a slight overview of how busy I am each week. If you have trouble reading my chicken scratching, you will see that this week’s assignments include introductory biographies, discussion questions, a quiz for each class, participation requirements, and assignments, along with other specific requirements. Each red checkmark means that I have completed that particular assignment (or a portion of that assignment).
I do try to be organized each week, because it is the only way I can keep track of everything. When I first started back at school, I did not have a board. That was bad. I am a natural blonde, and I find that is an excellent excuse for my occasional scatterbrain-ness. Once I started using the board, I found myself keeping track of each week’s assignments much better.
I occasionally have a quote at the bottom of my board. My favorite is “How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.” It reminds me that I need to go slow, and not attempt to rush my work.
So there you have it, a low-tech solution to staying organized with my LAHM life.