I have better things to do in my college life than sit in mandatory meetings all day - just saying
IAS = google adult fairytale, plus Neil Gaiman.
ILS = SurLaLune page (Bluebeard)
The past few weeks have been dicey balancing acts. Basically, too much is going on and it has cut into my days, which will finish next week when I have to travel to Plymouth to meet next years lecturers. That in itself is going to be a massive deal. It will be down to the genres I will chose and how I interact with them, which will decide how well I will do. Right now, I am struggling a little with what I need to do to progress. I have a feeling that I might have to forego the competition that ends on November 14th. I can write other fairytales for other competitions (as some competitions are any subject).
I am just feeling the pressure to write something to a prescribed timescale at Level 5 English. Right now, everything is going tits up. I need extra time, basically - and not waste it in a meeting that I am told is mandatory, but of which only 3 out of a possible 12 turned up to. Plus, the meeting was so hard-going, not to mention depressing.
I want to be productive at home - so lesson number one is prioritise the degree first.