Progress on Goals with the Exam prep

Nov 11, 16 Progress on Goals with the Exam prep

Reading: I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban – Malala Yousafzai with Christina Lamb; Seven Types of Ambiguity – Elliot Perlman
Playing: High School Story
Coding: Nothing
Working On: GED prep with MyCareerTools. I am helping my friend Gillian prepare for the GED language test. Next stage: Math
Thinking: That I need to find that article I’ve been looking for.
Feeling: Motivated, Inspired

I realize that nothing really has changed above but the GED…but have you tried to pass a GED practice test? It’s exhausting, even the simple language questions, it’s  an excellent exercise. If you don’t understand what I mean go to this website: and check it out. It’s not easy at all.

But anyways, I’ve been spending a lot of time on GED Easy lately for the simple reason that I want to get my GED and this website has free lessons and tests.

I take online classes, but I try not to repeat anything. Sometimes I get in a hurry and take the same test twice in a row. :-o! It seems that GED Easy is the one place that I allow my OCD to run free.

A part of me does wonder if I should let it free in other aspects as well, or if I would have to be committed. But anyways, I’ve gone completely off the original topic of this post which was to let y’all know what was going on with my goals. So, back to it.

In the majority of them, I haven’t made any significant progress. I’m currently using GED Practice – another app on my tablet, to learn for the exam. I’m making pretty decent progress, even if I forget to practice everyday. I’ve also realized that I’ve already read a couple of books on 32 Books That Will Actually Change Your Life, so I’ve made progress on there…unless I want to be difficult, and say that I’ve got to read them in 2017. But I’m not going to be, because progress has been made. Woot!

When it comes to organization, I’m making changes slowly. I’ve downloaded and installed CCleaner – thanks to the suggestion of Jenny – and it’s made a great difference. I still need to upload posts and categorize some things, but Della is running much better. She also seems a lot happier if that’s possible.

The Internet messing up isn’t her fault, as I have sucky Internet service…but it’s better than none. Plus, I have a feeling that it might help with the fitness goals once it gets warmer. My plan is to do something physical every time the Internet decides to go out – right now, it’s too cold to go outside, but I figure it will help with completing the challenges.

I haven’t really made any progress on anything else…I did set up an e-mail account for Derek and submitted the application so he can get food stamps. Does that count as doing something nice?

Well, Colby wants to go outside which is totally nuts but he’s a dog. So, I’ll end this and go work on something else for a bit. Have a great day!