ROWing Into the Harbor: #ROW80 /12 Week Year MW12

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Hey there!

Have you ever had one of those weeks when you feel like you’ve got so much to do, you’ll never get to it all?

Have you ever taken stock in the middle of one of those weeks and discovered that you’ve actually accomplished a lot more than you thought you had?
That’s where I find myself, as we close out the final Round of Words in 80 days of the year, and I enter the final days of my 12 Week Year 5.

I’ve still got a long way to go to get ready for the holidays, but, with the progress we’ve made toward resetting the living room, I’m feeling like there’s a chance we can have a much cleaner, cozier, embracing home by Christmas morning.

I’ll have a complete goals recap post up on Sunday, but, for today, here’s my midweek update, as regularly scheduled.

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Okay, it wasn’t on my list for this week, but I organized my out-of-control downloads!

Week 12 Totals:

Completed: 11/46; 23%

In Progress: 29/46; 63%
Still Waiting: 6/46; 14%

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Selftending:

Completed: 1/8; 12%

In Progress: 5/8; 63%
Still Waiting: 2/8; 25%

I check in six days weekly with my Accountability Group, and twice weekly with ROW80. 50%

  • Accountability: 4/6.
  • ROW80: 1/2.

I accomplish at least 55% of my Action Plan for each goal. 0%

I score and plan each week. 100%

I read through my obstacles and contingencies on Monday and Thursday, enacting changes as needed. 50%

I evaluate my stress level using my rubric and employ a Better Choice daily. 57%

I employ 12 Week Year Blocks 4 days this week. 50%

I conduct my Week 12 WAM. 0%

I review my EOQ3 assessment on Tuesday and Friday, implementing changes as indicated. 50%

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Hometending:

Completed: 3/9; 33%

In Progress: 6/9; 67%
Still Waiting: 0/9; 0%

I ask kids for priority list input; apply it as indicated100%

I schedule plumber. 50%

I develop a basic family routine with the kids for the regular daily, every other day, and weekly tasks. 60%

I read through my obstacles and contingencies on Monday and Thursday, and enact as needed. 50%

I oversee end of roofing project.  85%

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 complete all stations for each room/area rubric. 38%

I review my EOQ3 assessment on Tuesday and Friday, implementing changes as indicated. 50%

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Lifetending:

Deleting 2 calendar items; these need re-evaluation in Round One.

Completed: 0/3; 0%

In Progress: 3/3; 100%
Still Waiting: 0/3; 0%

I read through my obstacles and contingencies on Monday and Thursday, enacting changes as needed. 50%

I schedule procrastination items on calendar, with reminders. 50%

I continue to update calendar as new events/opportunities arise. 30%

I review my EOQ3 assessment on Tuesday and Friday, implementing changes as indicated. 50%

I help the kids get our living room ready for the holidays. 20%

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New Writing:

Completed: 3/11; 27%

In Progress: 8/11; 73%
Still Waiting: 0/11; 0%

General:

I read through my obstacles and contingencies on Monday and Thursday, enacting changes as needed. 50%

I review my EOQ3 assessment on Tuesday and Friday, implementing changes as indicated. 50%

Moon Poetry:

I play with the blitz form. 68%

I play with the double diamante form. 25%+

I play with freeform. 25%

“R.I.P. Left Shoe”:

Read critique notes, simmer, and revise. 10%

Unpromised:

I add 111 words/day average to this novel (777 total for the week). 110%

I rough revise next 5 chapters in queue. 60%

I post 5 chapters to fanfiction.net. 60%

I pull 5 more chapters, skim; title, and add to revision queue. 100%

Other Fan Fiction:

I add 111 new words/day average to one story each day. 124% 

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Professional Development:

Completed: 1/7; 14%

In Progress: 3/7; 43%
Still Waiting: 3/7; 43%

General:

I read through my obstacles and contingencies on Monday and Thursday, enacting changes as needed. 50%

I review my EOQ3 assessment on Tuesday and Friday, implementing changes as indicated. 50%

I respond to pending blog comments.  100%

Pixels to Platform:

I post Friday invitation on Pixels to Platform Facebook page. 0%

I interact with the Pixels to Platform community through the Facebook page on Friday. 0%

I complete Pixels to Platform Module Four.  40%

I set blocks for Pixels to Platform Module 5. 0%

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New Learning:

Completed: 3/8; 38%

In Progress: 4/8; 50%
Still Waiting: 1/8; 12%

General:

I read through my obstacles and contingencies on Monday and Thursday, enacting changes as needed. 50%

I review my EOQ3 assessment on Tuesday and Friday, implementing changes as indicated. 50%

DIY-MFA 101:

I interact with the DIY-MFA 101 community through the Facebook page at least weekly. 100%

I complete Play Sheet 3.5.1. 100%

I complete Module Four of DIY-MFA 101. 100%

I set up/schedule Module Five of DIY-MFA 101. 25%

How to Revise Your Novel (with On Any Tuesday Night).


I complete HTRYN Lesson 6, pages 8-40 of On Any Tuesday Night. 5%

I interact (very belatedly) with the HTRYN community. 0%

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5 comments

  1. It’s those little moments. You have gotten very good at making use of those little moments, Shan, and it shows. There’s progress always happening here.

    • Thank you. I’ve had a lifetime of experience in making use of those little stretches of time. It started when I was a little girl sharing a room with a sibling very different from me. Two small children and unschooling helped too.

      Life has prepared me well… now, if I could only get the hang of getting sufficient sleep.

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