ROWing In the Side Channels: #ROW80 / #12WeekYear MW9

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 Hey there!

This week brought lots of Not-On-This-List stuff – car repairs that took a lot longer than expected, and a couple of hometending projects that did the same. So, while my goals didn’t get as far as I’d hoped, things that needed to be tended to were, which will make it easier to focus on my ROW80/12 Week Year goals this week.

How do you deal with weeks that take you down the side channels of life?

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Another side channel was finding this picture circa winter 2011, when my much-younger son and daughter apparently found strangulation a happy occasion! =)

Week 9 Totals:

Completed: 21/63; 33%

In Progress: 21/63; 33%
Still Waiting: 21/63; 34%

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Selftending:

Completed: 3/9; 33%

In Progress: 3/9; 33%
Still Waiting: 3/9; 34%

I check in six days weekly with my Accountability Group, and twice weekly with ROW80. 100+%

I create lead/lag indicators. 100%

I assess possible obstacles and create plans to deal with them. 0%

I brainstorm what would be in my Perfect Week. 40%

I evaluate my stress rubric and add a Better Choice for each station. 0%

I accomplish at least 50% of my Action Plan for each goal. 20%

I score and plan each week. 100%

I experiment with 12 Week Year Blocks this week. 0%

I schedule and conduct my WAM on Saturday. 50%

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Hometending:

Completed: 3/10; 30%

In Progress: 4/10; 40%
Still Waiting: 3/10; 30%

I create lead/lag indicators. 0%

I assess possible obstacles and create plans to deal with them. 0%

I brainstorm how hometending would fit in my Perfect Week. 15%

I oversee end of roofing project and pay roofers. 85%

I touch base with the electrician. 100%

I continue to involve kids in hometending as they are willing (refine to reflect input/preferences). 100%

I schedule time each week to address priority projects. 100%

I organize daily, every other day, weekly, twice a month, monthly, seasonally, twice a year, and annual tasks as I think of them for each room. 14%

I go through priority lists with kids. 10%

I create 3-station rubrics for each room/area. 0%

To DO Today

Lifetending:

Completed: 1/5; 20%

In Progress: 2/5; 40%
Still Waiting: 2/5; 40%

I refine this goal as needed to comply with the SMART and 10% Rule criteria. 50%

I set lead/lag indicators. 0%

I assess possible obstacles and create plans to deal with them. 0%

I schedule procrastination items on calendar, with reminders. 100%

I continue to update calendar as new events/opportunities arise. 50%

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New Writing:

Completed: 3/9; 33%

In Progress: 3/9; 33%
Still Waiting: 3/9; 34%

I write 2,222 words/day average on Unpromised. 82%

I complete my NaNoWriMo goal of 50,000 words on this novel. 100%+

I resume rough editing and posting this novel to fanfiction.net. 100%

I write 222 words/day average on one of my other fanfiction stories-in-progress through November. 100%

I review the work I’ve done on planning my “Luna Mesa” short story. 25%

I set a schedule for catching up to where I am with Unpromised, using the DIY-MFA 101 method as needed. 10%

I refine this goal as needed to comply with the SMART and 10% Rule criteria. 0%

I create lead/lag indicators. 0%

I assess possible obstacles and create plans to deal with them. 0%

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Professional Development:

Completed: 8/15; 53%

In Progress: 5/15; 33%
Still Waiting: 2/15; 13%

I review the Pixels to Platform work I’ve done and assess what remains. 100%

I create and maintain a block schedule for each module, giving myself two weeks for each, and leaving a buffer to accommodate adjustments. 25%

I commit to honoring that schedule and adapt promptly if I am unable to do so on a given day. 10%

I begin brainstorming notes for website and blog once course is completed. 40%

I interact with the Pixels to Platform community through the Facebook page on Friday. 100%

I respond to pending blog comments. 60%

I complete Pixels to Platform Module Three. 100%

I begin Pixels to Platform Module Four. 50%

I schedule time to complete EOQ2 evaluation in Week 9. 100%

I refine this goal as needed to comply with the SMART and 10% Rule criteria. 100%

I review my scores and assessments for areas where I missed my marks. 100%

I go back through the process of setting, planning, and execution to find weakness/vague areas.  100%

I adjust or develop new tactics to address areas of concern. 100%

I set lead/lag indicators. 0%

I assess possible obstacles and create plans to deal with them. 0%

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New Learning:

Completed: 3/15; 20%

In Progress: 4/15; 27%
Still Waiting: 8/15; 53%

I create and maintain a DIY-MFA 101 block schedule for each week’s module. 100%

I commit to honoring that schedule and adapt promptly if I am unable to do so on a given day. 100%

I interact with the DIY-MFA 101 community through the Facebook page as I finish each day’s work. 50%

I evaluate my methods on my regular ROW80/12 Week Year program and adjust as needed (otherwise known as: iterate, iterate, iterate!) =) 50%

I complete DIY-MFA 101 Play Sheet 3.5.1. 75%

I complete Module Four of DIY-MFA 101. 70%

I set up Module 5 of DIY-MFA 101. 0%

I refine this goal as needed to comply with the SMART and 10% Rule criteria. 0%

I assess my Action Plan and lead/lag indicators. 0%

I review my scores and assessments for areas where I missed my marks. 0%

I go back through the process of setting, planning, and execution to find weakness/vague areas.  0%

I adjust or develop new tactics to address areas of concern. 0%

I schedule time to complete EOQ2 evaluation in Week 9. 100%

I set lead/lag indicators. 0%

I assess possible obstacles and create plans to deal with them. 0%

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