In case you missed it, which if you've visited here before is completely unlikely because I've harped on about it almost as much as I did about this, I had my final uni exam on Wednesday. Yay!
Over the past 4.5 years I have attended classes part-time, while working full-time, to complete a Master of Business Administration. And I'm not quite sure why, yet.
I've spent countless hours reading text books, researching, writing assignments and studying for exams. Much of the rest of my life had faded into the background. Until now.
I'm finished with text books, classes and assignments. Apart from the huge chunk of each week that I spend at work, my time is my own once again! I am excited, and relieved, to finally have time to do all these things that I haven't been able to do while sudying...
- Clean my house, it hasn't been cleaned properly in 4 years. I'm telling you, that's a lot of dust behind the bedhead. I think that is a job for next week.
- Finish my floor, it's been over 12 months since I pulled up tiles through my family room and hallway and the bare floorboards still have holes in them. It's cold in here!
- Wash my car. After all the recent rain my car looks kind of clean, until you get up close and see the white paint is a shade of grey. Although I have to wait for the rain to stop.
- Tidy my garden. It's a mess, and that's all I am going to say about that.
- Paint my bedroom. Over four years ago I had a wardrobe built-in, and the cornice between it and the ceiling is still virgin plaster. Yep, it's been four years and it still doesn't even have undercoat!
- Clean out my laundry. I have quite a large laundry, with lots of drawers and cupboards. It is wonderful, except it collects a lot of junk. Whenever we don't have a place to put something, it goes in the laundry. Not anymore.
- Read the unread books on my bookshelf. I promised myself I would buy a Kindle (or other e-reader, recommendations are welcome) after I have read all the books on my bookshelf. I'll be reading for quite some time.
- Join a gym, for the first time in my life. Next week.
- Read the weekend newspapers. Every. Weekend.
- Visit my hairdresser more than once every 6 months! Today. I'm booked for a cut and colour.
What is on your 'to do' list?