Is it relevant? Balancing the tiredness

Is it relevant? I don’t know, but I thought I’d mention it if you’re reading this because you’re a step behind where I am at the moment.

I’m reminded of Saturday.  I was away for the weekend so I got up at the normal weekday time to set off.  I arrived about 11am – just in time for breakfast, yum!  Then I went to bed for a couple of hours doze. In the late afternoon we pottered around a village full of antique shops.  At 9.45pm my host sent me to bed, on account I was pretty much asleep on the sofa.

My point?  My days are fine, the evenings are quiet as I don’t think it’s yet the right time to race around on a weekday evening, but one day at the weekend needs to be devoted to doing pretty much nothing.

It’s bit tricky when trying to catch up on studying that you’ve missed and friends you haven’t seen enough.  There’s 3 months that I really missed and then trying not to steamroller through the catch up.  The latter isn’t as easy as it sounds.  If you can walk at 4 miles an hour then you may find that you do walk at 4 miles an hour, even though 3mph would work just as well.  So tricky.

But do-able.  Especially when there is the odd study day where you can write your essay without, um, actually getting up.  (Yet!)

Anyway, I don’t know why I suddenly decided this was blog-worthy, but here it is, so I obviously did.


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