I lost time to do my homework because I got food poisoning. I could get graphic, but in short, it was awful. I lost 3 days. I attempted to work on the 3rd, but it made me sicker, not better.
I was behind schedule. Being behind is disheartening, and it was overwhelming to think I am behind that I do not have the time I had.
Although I wish I could, I can’t reverse the food poisoning.
I can, on the other hand, change my timeline including dates I plan to finish assignments. I updated the dates to work with where I am at and to get to the same destination.
Today I successfully carried on, and I am on track with my revised schedule. I have made progress, and I feel good about it.
My homework with due dates just came out for the bootcamp I plan to attend this summer.
I needed to figure out when I could complete tasks and projects. For example, when will I be done with the bootcamp? How can I keep myself on track for completing the homework on time? Am I on track with the homework’s due dates?
I have made a Google Sheet for this, but it only can do so much.
To manage my time and tasks, I made a task list with subtasks in Teamwork Projects. This way you can view it on a calendar, Gantt chart, task list, etc. You can mark tasks done. You can mark tasks half way complete. It’s a stronger tool than an Excel or Google Sheet file.
This task list with due dates has given me an overview of what and when I need to accomplish items.
You can also log the time it took to complete a task. I have not yet used this, but I plan to!
I plan to optimize my time and tasks with the Teamwork Project software. I can’t wait to learn more features! And when I work in groups, I think it will be a lot more useful!