Tag: task management

Planning Session 3 – Clear out!

I can’t stand clutter. Organised desk, organised mind, I say. Clutter is almost a reflection of one’s state of mind. It certainly rang true for me last year. At a point of total chaos, my study area reflected much what I was thinking and feeling about the (more than) plateful...

Know Your Limits

Know your limits, know when to stop.   This is a lesson I’ve learnt over the last few semesters of my LIS studies. I’ve found I cannot work into the wee hours of the morning doing assignment work. I honestly don’t know how people do it. When people say they...

Abstract Accepted!

What an exciting achievement…. Whooooaa! Hooooooo!!!  Yippeeee!!!  Woot! Woot! I had to do that, and now its over with. Thank you for bearing with me. I’ve never written a conference paper or presented before, so the New Librarians’ Symposium (NLS) this year will be a significant milestone for me as...

Semester Goals and Task Management

This past week marked the first of Semester 1, 2011 of my Masters course in Library and Information Science at Queensland University of Technology. This is my third semester, completing the course part time. The main issue I’ve had in the past is expecting too much from myself. Since last...