So I've said this before, but let me start by saying it again... Hello. My name is Cheri and I am an online class junkie. This is the part where you respond with "Hello Cheri" and then possibly admit that you also suffer from online class addiction. Just so I don't have to feel so alone in this world. My ability to "just say NO" when a fun or intriguing new class comes along is pretty much non-existent. Resistance is futile. I will eventually cave. Some classes really excite and intrigue me, some classes I feel I should take because I have a need to know about the material being presented, and some classes just sound like fun and I join in because I don't want to be left out of what all my blog friends are doing.
But here's the problem. I'm truly over-extended. I sign up for more than I can possibly fully participate in, given that I also have the duties and obligations of a full time employee, wife, mother, and homemaker. Does any of this sound familiar?
|Summer Project/Plans? 4 out of 8 completed (items 1, 6, 7, and 8). 50% was never my style.|
|My first completed assignment for Jessica's Sprague's frame class - I only got through 3 out of 10 days.|
|And it is all making me feel kind of guilty and less-than right now.|
And what about new classes? Should I put a temporary ban on new classes? Should I set up a schedule for getting through old classes that I never finished (or never even started)??? Obviously, I have some real soul searching to do on this topic.
|Because someday I want to be able to laugh at this ornament.|