Well, here I am, the wrong side of Christmas and the realisation hits me that I need to up my pace pretty radically. I have been working on the same module since the middle of September and it feels like I am never going to get it finished. Although I have pretty much maintained the same pace as last year, it is really not fast enough. To attend the study school in April I needed to complete three modules (only needed to get two done last year) and I haven’t even done two yet. This further complicated by the fact that I am going to be a father in April, so I won’t be going to the study school in April anyway. Unfortunately, this has had the psychological impact of making me think I have more time than I really have and meaning I have taken my foot off the peddle a bit. Problem is I need to get those three modules done by June if I am to go to study school in September, which is an absolute necessity. With a baby due in April, the next few months are going to be very stressful.
But I guess I am not alone and, so long as I spend as much time as possible on my studies, I should be ok. The main problem is the fact that I have ‘the fear’. The fear of sending off those assignments when they aren’t quite right yet. The fear of sending off those assignments and failing. The fear that I will be found out. The fear that I am not really cut out for this librarian malarky. But I guess the fear is just that. Fear. Sometimes you need to bite the bullet, face down your fears and get those assignments sent off. I mean, they can’t really be that bad, can they?
Anyways, here’s a little ditty on Web 2.0 and the iPhone. Enjoy.