Hello wonderful WordPress people, hope you’re having an awesome Wednesday, one thing’s for sure, it must be going better than mine!
I spent seven hours of my life today staring at a screen full of statistics transferring, sorting and analysing data. Woohoo! Isn’t student life fun? Unfortunately a lot of the work didn’t go to plan so what should have been a tough three hours turned into a seven hour grueling and unrelenting slog. Luckily it was part of a group project so at least we were all in it together. I’m pretty sure every one of us left the room with an awful headache. You know it’s bad when the lecturer’s are having trouble working out why your statistics aren’t working, it’s the equivalent to that feeling when even spell check doesn’t understand what the heck you’re on about, AND SPELL CHECK KNOWS EVERYTHING.
Anyhooows, before I ramble on for too long and send you guys to sleep, believe it or not there is a purpose to the madness in this post! The lovely Rita over at Weaving Pages was kind enough to offer me the opportunity to do a guest post over at her blog and thus the post Six Steps for the Ultimate Reading Experience was born! I would love it if you would consider taking the time to check it out. I had a lot of fun with it, it’s been a while since I’ve been able to do a more personal blog that wasn’t a review and I enjoyed chatting about my reading habits. 🙂
Did you experience any of your own Wednesday madness? And if you have any tips for the ultimate reading experience you feel I’ve missed out feel free to tell me in the comments (here or over on the post), I’m always on the lookout for reading tips!
I’ve seen the end cat: http://catmacros.wordpress.com/2009/07/26/i-have-seen-the-end/
Picture with book and tea: My own, please do not reuse.