April 16, 2011

Weekly review: Week ending April 15, 2011

April 16, 2011 - Categories: weekly

From last week’s plans

  • Work
    • [X] Doublecheck mail, implement feedback for project C
    • [X] Follow up on Idea Labs
    • [X] Finish paperwork for project M
    • Followed up on migration plans for project I
    • Applied theme for project C
    • Learned tons about preparing use cases and responding to proposals
    • Learned tons about testing Rails: Capybara, Cucumber, and other awesomeness
    • Fielded many requests for Idea Labs
    • Put together instructions for external Idea Labs
    • Wrapped up Idea Lab for Japan recovery
    • Assisted Linux Jam community with exporting forum discussions
  • Relationships
    • [X] Make bagels and buns
    • [X] Plan get-together
    • [X] Make fresh cranberry bagels for J-
    • [X] Make big batch of lunches
    • [X] Write about math group study sessions
    • Biked up to Dufferin/St. Clair library with W-
    • Started more dill and cilantro
    • Had fun hosting study group
  • Life
    • [-] Post book notes

Plans for next week

  • Work
    • [ ] Work on more items for project C – Rails is so awesome!
    • [ ] Assist with proposal
    • [ ] Follow up on migration plans for project I
    • [ ] Prepare for code turnover for project I
    • [ ] Plan travel
  • Relationships
    • [ ] Pick up gifts for Kathy and John
    • [ ] Make gifts for Kathy, John, and Dan
    • [ ] Plan gifts for Linda
    • [ ] Host another study group
    • [ ] Plan cherry-blossom get-together
  • Life
    • [ ] Work on red dress
    • [ ] Read ahead: Latin homework

Time analysis

Category This week Last week Delta Notes
Break 7.5 10.2 -2.7
Drawing 1.3 0.7 0.6
Exercise 3.8 3.3 0.5
Learning 0.5 1.0 -0.5
Personal 0.9 5.5 -4.6
Preparation 0.4 8.6 -8.2
Routines – cooking 5.4 1.7 3.7
Routines – general 6.4 6.7 -0.3
Routines – tidying 9.6 2.0 7.6
Sleep 61.0 60.6 0.4
Social 6.2 17.1 -10.9
Travel 7.3 1.3 6.0
Work 48.7 45.9 2.8
Writing 7.4 3.4 4.0

Lots of work: juggling two projects plus lots of queries. Should scale back a little, perhaps?

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