My goodness. I’m sitting in class while my students do group work and I’ve done everything that’s not on my not-to-do-list!

This feels very strange. I have meetings for the rest of the day, so the day will still be full, but how wonderful not to have dozens of loose ends hanging out of my head!

I am in love with the not-to-do-list concept. When something pops into my head I’ve already got it under control – it’s on the not-to-do list. Not going to worry about that. That’s for next week. Or April.


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