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A Week in My Life: Friday


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Friday is generally quite an easy day, because I get the morning off and so have time to sleep in. Anyway, the headline totals (details below): I spent nine hours sleeping, seven hours working, three hours watching TV, and two hours surfing (though much of this was spent reading emails from uni anyway). Now you can see why I like Fridays! Lots of time to lie-in! Tomorrow should be similarly enjoyable, but I’m going to try to get some serious work done on my Community Placement, so I might end up doing a lot of work.

Here are the details for Friday (and I know it’s not midnight yet, so that 23.00 figures are predicted):

00.00 Watching ‘This week’ (~20 mins), Tidying bedroom (~20 mins), Filing notes (~20 mins)
01.00 Marking down timetable changes (~10 mins), Web Surfing (~30 mins), Sleeping (~20 mins)
02.00 Sleeping
03.00 Sleeping
04.00 Sleeping
05.00 Sleeping
06.00 Sleeping
07.00 Sleeping
08.00 Sleeping
09.00 Sleeping
10.00 Sleeping (~40 mins), Web Surfing (~20 mins)
11.00 Showering and Dressing (~20 mins), Eating Breakfast whilst reading anatomy of the foot (~10 mins), Studying anatomy of the knee (~30 mins)
12.00 Studying anatomy of the knee (~40 mins), Driving to college (~10 mins), Talking with friends (~10 mins)
13.00 Muscle Fibre Lecture (~55 mins), Walking to different building, and changing (~5 mins)
14.00 Anatomy Practical: Leg, Knee, Ankle, Foot
15.00 Anatomy Practical: Leg, Knee, Ankle, Foot
16.00 Anatomy Practical: Leg, Knee, Ankle, Foot
17.00 Changing, meeting up with housemate (~5 mins), Driving to Tesco (~15 mins), Shopping (~30 mins), Driving home (~10 mins)
18.00 Unpacking shopping (~10 mins), Noting further timetable changes (~15 mins), Filing notes (~15 mins), Surfing (~15 mins), Web Surfing (~5 mins)
19.00 Watching Channel 4 News whilst eating Tea (~40 mins), Web Surfing (~20 mins)
20.00 Forming plan for Community Placement report (~30 mins), Watching Friends (~30 mins)
21.00 Watching The Simpsons
22.00 Watching The Apprentice
23.00 Web Surfing (~30 mins), Bedtime Reading – Executive Summary of a DoH white paper on choosing health (~30 mins)

This 304th post was filed under: My Week, University.

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A reason for fools to feel stupid (published 3rd April 2005)

Labour’s Latest Poster (published 17th March 2005)

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