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A Calendar to Help Stay Motivated

January 4th, 2013 at 10:59 pm

Finished the first draft of my dissertation today.

I really wish I could add more to the calendar below. More little events and deadlines help me stay motivated. I wish I had some job deadlines or expectations, but I don't. Ugh I'm having goal withdrawal.

January 11 - First Dissertation Editing Meeting with my Adviser

February 15 - Finish Student Loan Savings
February 15-18 - Gaming Convention
February 16 - Neice's Birthday Party
February 22 - Deadline to Email Final Dissertation Manuscript

March 15 - Deadline to File Dissertation
March ? - File Taxes
March 30 - Passover
March 31 - Easter
March 31 - DH Finishes Admin Credential

April 1-5 - DH's Spring Break
April 15 - Finish $45K Down Payment

6 Responses to “A Calendar to Help Stay Motivated”

  1. Beawealthywarrior Says:

    If u don't mind me asking where r u getting your PhD from and in what? I'm looking at starting in the Fall using my GI Bill.

  2. sarah Says:

    Congratulations. Major milestone

  3. Amber Says:

    I say congrats Dr. Sanshijuptr Smile

  4. rob62521 Says:

    Congratulations...good schedule planning too.

  5. snshijuptr Says:

    I'm getting my PhD in Education. I recommend you seriously think about why you want a PhD and how you will use it when you finish.

  6. Jerry Says:

    Congrats on getting that draft done (and even a bit ahead of schedule, it looks like?)... that has to lead to some satisfaction. I do echo your advice about knowing WHY you are seeking a PhD, and what you want to do with it when you are done. There is no insurance of a job or better money for many doctoral programs these days, and you should have a concrete plan in place. It's a heck of a lot of work. Good luck with finishing yours!
    Jerry

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