I failed to achieve most of what I set out to do last week. I haven’t got in touch with the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain about my GEERINGs and I didn’t create an “exit strategy” for my GEERING research either.
However, I don’t feel too disappointed because I got quite a bit of organising done on my hard drive. I was supposed to have been coming up with a schedule for sorting my files and folders, but instead I just dived straight in and got on with it.
I made quite a pleasing dent in the list of folders to sort and I am going to continue this week. I do have a sort of plan and would like to get my hard drive organisation completed by the end of May. I don’t see myself doing any new research this week, only dealing with stuff I already have.
- Go through a dozen folders on my hard drive and sort out the contents, updating Family Historian and adding stuff to my to-do list.
- Contact the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain about my GEERINGs to see if they might have some records for my research.
- Define an “exit strategy” for my GEERING research, deciding how much more work I want to do on the family before moving on.
- I didn’t get around to tidying up my computer desk and the spare bedroom, so I must to that this week.