This is the first time I have done such a thing since I got ill last summer.
I had three days of training (in Cambridge city centre, so pretty convenient) and then two in the office. I am not actually meeting my criteria for trying to work full-time yet: my study hours are still less than they should be and my Regularly dashboard is still mostly in the red, but I failed to organise taking a day off in good time, and decided to treat it as a learning experience.
I learned that it was survivable but pretty exhausting. I must make sure I book a day off next week. I also decided to drop T'ai Chi for the rest of the term as I have made it to half the classes so far, but too often by Friday lunchtime I am just too tired, and it's one less thing to worry about.
I have at least been keeping up my daily Duolingo habit much better in the last two weeks. I decided to add Swedish, because while a Finnish course does not (yet?) exist on Duolingo, Swedish is an official language in Finland, so I will at least know something when we go there next year. I also discovered a Welsh course has been added sometime in the last few months so I failed to resist adding that too.
Also posted at http://rmc28.dreamwidth.org/634856.html