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Re: making things worse

Posted by alexandra_k on August 29, 2013, at 2:29:48

In reply to Re: making things worse, posted by alexandra_k on August 29, 2013, at 2:24:02

well... i had a verbal spew today.

i got some grading work about a week ago. it took me 2x as long as it should have. usually the first 1/3 or so take 3x as long as they should... but near the end you can get them done in less than 1/6 the time, and the idea is that it all evens out. and typically... well... with 7 years grading experience... typically it does even out. but this lot took me 2x as long. so... there it is: quantification of what my current living environment (with the noise which interrupts my focus) and the dodgey internet connection is doing to me.

i tried again with student accommodation... and i spoke to the enrollment people again (because i thought i might need to enroll in graduate diplomas in order to apply for graduate student accommodation)... anyway... i've sent them an email about how i can't work in my present environment. that i bloody well will be a student next year if i get my thesis done...


i might just move to dunedin. they have offered me desk space down there... sort of... well actually. but i bet it is in a big group study room and i won't get after hours building access...



i don't know what to say.

things have to move up or sideways. i'm not okay where i am. i feel... relieved. that i have that quantification.

sense making.

things have to change. and there it is.




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