I’m like a raven that wants to collect ALL the shiny objects. If I see something interesting in my textbook, I’ll stop studying and look it up. This leads to a Wikipedia binge, which leads to a Reddit binge, which leads to God-knows-where. I then awaken from my web-surfing stupor and realize that I have only read 5/25 pages, and it is midnight (late for me!). I am very guilty of this, and I want to stop.
This summer, I am doing research, which is my number one priority, since I am paid for it. But during my free time, I will work on my to-do list’s tasks.
Now, to prevent raven-like behavior, I must finish a task before proceeding to the next on the list. So if I get bored of #1 and am horribly tempted to start #2, I am still not allowed to do #2.
Without further ado, below is my list:
1. Finish learning Python, and make a game.
2. Finish the current assignment of Coding the Matrix.
3. Watch a lecture and finish the homework for Stat110.
4. Read (and UNDERSTAND) a chapter of GEB.
5. Finish reading a section from here.
Here’s to an educational and productive summer (Future Jasmine, no cheating)!