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The last day of the exercise! Seven-and-a-half hours sleeping, seven hours working, three hours of TV, and one-and-a-half hours surfing. I’ll be looking back over the week and totaling up all the headline figures. Which, I guess, you could do now, and then you wouldn’t have to look here tomorrow. But can you really be bothered to do that? The details for Thursday…
7.00 Sleeping (~20 mins), Showering and Dressing (~25 mins), Breakfasting (~15 mins)
8.00 Printing Notes (~15 mins), Packing things (~15 mins), Walking to College (~20 mins), Chatting (~10 mins)
9.00 Case Presentation Lecture (~50 mins), Break (~10 mins)
10.00 Anatomy of the Back Practical
11.00 Anatomy of the Back Practical
12.00 Anatomy of the Back Practical
13.00 Walking back from college (~20 mins), Watching News 24 (~40 mins)
14.00 Eating Lunch (~20 mins), Web Surfing (~10 mins), Driving to college (~20 mins), Chatting (~10 mins)
15.00 Disability Lecture
16.00 Disability Lecture
17.00 Driving to Tesco (~30 mins), Shopping (~30 mins)
18.00 Shopping (~30 mins), Driving back from Tesco (~30 mins)
19.00 Watching Channel 4 News
20.00 Filing and Revising Notes
21.00 Web Surfing
22.00 Web Surfing (~30 mins), Watching Question Time (~30 mins)
23.00 Watching Question Time and This Week