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Saturday, September 11, 2010

Time Management

Hello Wizards!  John Lifeglen here (at last) with some news.  Not good or bad, just news.  I am still trying to be active, but my class schedule is awful and doesnt allow me much play time.  It doesn't allow for much time for anything, really.  Even this post comes speedily written as I need to get back to reading Descartes Meditations.  It's old, and a bit dull...but I have to read it. 

On another note, don't expect any Test Realm spoilers from me, I haven't bought any crowns lately enough to play there, and I don't plan to get more until CL hits the live game.  Especially not on a college student's budget. 

I'm still playing active chairperson for the Bloggers' Club of course, and if any of you enterprising members want to get out and have a party, let me know so I can hook you up with the proper endorsements, etc.  I'll change the timer for you, write something up, maybe even put it on ConnectX for you.  Just e-mail me through the link above /\ LOOK UP /\ with your Wizard's name, proposed date/time, and theme, and then I'll take care of port bus locations.  We have hit a dry spot recently and we should really be working to do something as a community!

And with that, Descartes calls.  And math, and public speaking *drowns in piles of paperwork*.

Your [Floundering] Friend Always,
John Lifeglen


  1. Hang in there and don't forget to make time for fun at college. Join a few clubs and get away from the books every now and then, but do keep your grades up. ;-)

    Like you titled your post, it's about time management and lot of what you learn won't be from your classes. I got great leadership experience with a volunteer organization in college. I highly recommend spending some time volunteering. You help the community, gain valuable experience, and meet some great people that you know right away are pretty decent since they're spending their time volunteering.

    Also, some of the friends you make now will be with you forever. In fact, I met my wife because we lived in the same dorm. Look around may not know it now, but you might be spending the rest of your life with one of those girls...and one of those idiots you live with may be your best man at the wedding. :-P

    Good luck with the Descartes and the math, but my bet is that the public speaking will be the one you look back on as the most useful.

    Hey, here's a fun thought for you: Loo

  2. I'm just checking in too. Just too much going on. I'm very glad to hear you're settling in! Hope the work load isn't too much for your first semester. Have a good time also.

    I bet you ace the public speaking! Hugs!