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To Do vs. Done - a list
Mon, Jul 03 2006 @ 19:04   //   Category: Life & Me   //   4 comments

UPDATE 2 - yet another point completed! :D

research Drew's recommendations
sign on at job centre (decided against it as would be fraud & am scared of being found out)
do some work for Jeff
write overdue letter (done)
do laundry
contact Alison about publishing job (she contacted me first)
return ACL (Lux car association) card for refund
look through graduate employers booklet
reorganize clothes into hangy thing
return aerial to Argos
buy various things
select therapist (& called too!)
make doctor appointment
make dentist appointment
go to laser clinic for info

Also, what wasn't originally on the list:
clean bathroom
go for a swim

I'm quite pleased with today's output. :-)

People say...

I love lists (probs just another aspect of my obsessive behaviour though seen as I write loads of them. most of them very pointless)

lol@Job Centre though. I actually am legally entitled to claim but family made me feel like some sort of seedy criminal. so I went anyway.lol.

Posted by: shaziak on Wed July 5, 2006 at 1:19

cute!!!! Why criminal tho? You get concessions at museums & stuff too. That's the main reason I wanted it.
But oh well...

Posted by: Clarissa on Wed July 5, 2006 at 8:46

concessions at museums?! I'm talking about Job seekers allowance, dunno bout any of that.

As for criminal bit, they just went on about me being a drain on Government resources...blah, blah, blah. Its not like I'm doing benefit fraud.

Posted by: shaziak on Wed July 5, 2006 at 19:41

Yes I'm talking about JSA too, you're registered as unemployed (well, job-seeking, but same thing really) and get concessions.

Yeah exactly @ what you said, and it's meant to be there to support you during your job search. Hardly criminal.

Posted by: Clarissa on Wed July 5, 2006 at 20:24