You will need the following:
a large sheet of paper
With a straight edge, section your paper into sections:
here I’ve already written in some sections, but you can see what I mean. I found it helpful to go through with a pencil first, but that’s because I get very anxious about anything remotely artistic or crafty.
Next, fill in your sections:
Mine are things like “called family,” “practiced,” “exercise,” “said no,” “ate actual food,” “religion readings,” “talked to professors/advisor,” “slept 5+ hours”, etc etc. I have a section for each of my classes because it’s important for me to remember those.
Now is the fun part!
Put stickers on the stuff you’ve done. If you’ve done more than one thing for a class, you get more than one sticker. If you get a good number of stickers (I don’t know what this is, you do you) do something nice for yourself (again, you do you).
ETA: boudicaa, I have extra paper if you need it
Hum 220 paper (8 pages in which I must pretend to be Sigmund Freud reviewing the first German translation of Madame Bovary)
J-Sem proposal and bibliography (form and history of the motet and how Brahms draws on and changes the earlier genre - bibliography assignment just says “long” so does that mean annotated cause I have no clue)
Cultural Study of Music paper (5 pages on a piece of music but I can’t decide what)
Religion response paper on Rhee
Read Death in Venice
Practice voice at some point today (Collegium AND lessons stuff)
Maybe I should make like Ruby and O and create motivational sticker charts