Monday, 20 April 2015

Knitting to stay sane...

Semester two has hit hard, not helped by the prolonged bout of illness that spread through the whole class, and despite just having my Easter break (also known as working from home), I'm exhausted. At this point it's at least another six weeks until I can take a couple of days off and then work from home for the remainder of the course.

Joy O Joy.

So the blog has to go on the back burner (officially now), and more than likely it will stay that way until the beginning of September when I hand in my dissertation. I'm trying not to be too annoyed with myself, but pushing myself further is a Bad Idea, and I'm reassuring myself with the thought I am actually doing quite well with my studies.

In the meantime, I've been trying to keep at least my Ravelry pages up to date - you can see most of my stash from the Edinburgh Yarn Festival (which was blooming fantastic by the way), and I'm also trying to keep my projects updated, even though it's only small progress that I'm making on them at the moment.

If I'm reading at all for pleasure, it's being recorded on my Goodreads page so feel free to follow me there if you want. I'm on a Twitter break at the moment, but I am tending to browse my Instagram feed of an evening, probably because pictures are easier for my brain to parse.

So in short, I'm still alive, just extremely busy and knackered. And speaking of busy, it's time to get back to the assignments for me. Roll on September!

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