Eliana Reine Varner

Eliana Reine Varner

Friday, August 26, 2011

Life (a.k.a. eodnwoeh wq;h; j qwo ao a w;ofiaj;) !!!!!!

So, I'm really not sure how I'm supposed to do all of my wedding planning and devote myself to my new job as well. Currently, plans have been halted for about 3weeks while I've been preparing my classroom and going through a grueling training process! Working at a school for children with Emotional Disturbance is a lot of dang work!

Because I am not focused on wedding stuff right now, I'm going to make a to-do list of classroom prep stuff that needs done before my kiddos show up on Monday!

-Syllabus (figure out grading junk too)
-Make some signage for the classroom (general rules as well as more specific things like areas in the classroom they cannot go to without permission, etc.)
-Make large 5 pillars signs (Respect, Responsibility, Trust, Effort, Courage)
-Plan 1st day activity (possibly art related)
-Write up lesson plan to send to coordinator by Sunday night
-Cut out 81 #s for giant Sudoku board in back of room
-Plan first week's lessons... yikes.
-Organize papers from training based on subject... (IEPs, WFA, Student Roster, etc)
-Get a good night's sleep Sunday night

Holy moly.

Also, I'm getting married in 29 days.

So stressed. Oh, and we can start moving stuff into our house at any point now because we have the keys... but gosh, how am I supposed to find time or energy to do that?!?!?!?!?

p.s. I still absolutely love my job. It's definitely my dream job- I just have to figure out my time management skills so my wedding turns out as awesome as I originally envisioned it!


  1. Ugh I feel ya. I just made a post this morning about work and wedding stress. Though...I'm not as close to my wedding as you are. I hope you can figure out your time management skills (or delegate to someone!)

  2. oh wow.. I can only imagine how hectic it is for you right now. But never the less you have your dream job!! Lucky girl!!

  3. Just make a list and delegate, ask for help, most people will be happy to help! Congrats again on the new job!