“Count Down to Friday Week 1 – Accountability Corner” by Joan Y. Edwards
Are you with us? We are counting down to Friday, March 17, 2023. In Accountability Corner we are working towards completing a project. I’m planning on working on an illustration for Larry, the Terrifying Turkey.
Here’s what I have accomplished in two weeks, since I read about Bill Harvey’s Friday plan. I promise I’ll spend 2 hours each day this week.
I will cut and paste the lamp in the painted house and Larry and the water bottle outside the house. I’ll also start on another illustration. I’ll let you know if I made it.
I hope you will let me know if you make your commitment this week, too.
Let me know if you need help.
Do 15 minute breaks in between your hours of work.
Reward yourself for doing what you planned.
Love yourself even if you don’t. If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.
You can do this. I can do this. We can do this.
If you want me to, I’ll add your name below.
List of people working on a project in Accountability Corner for Friday, March 17, 2023: Joan Y. Edwards, Joan Leotta. 3 others that I know of.
I made it Week 1- Two hours each day, Monday through Friday.
It doesn’t seem you guys need this extra boost post. So email me at email@example.com and let me know a week when you’re joining us. I’ll copy this and put it in the Accountability Corner post each week.
Other Accountability Corner Posts:
“Accountability Corner – Step 2 – Project Ideas
“Accountability Corner – Step 3 – Your Weekly Project Plan:”
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2 thoughts on “Count Down to Friday Week 1 – Accountability Corner”
I like the idea of a break every hour. Time to grab a coffee or just stretch.
Thanks for writing. I am glad you like the idea of a 15 minute break after working an hour. That mskes me smile. It ‘s healthy, I think. It makes things less likely to be overwhelming and tense.
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