So it was a few days after the exam, but the counter has made it to 20,000 !!!!
That is mad really, that so many people take the time to read my posts.
Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to visit my blog.
I think i might try and be a bit more interactive from now on... instead of just posting closed questions and statements, post more open questions and generate more conversations with comments left on posts?
So lets try this one.
Will you be doing any extra study activities during the summer? Or will you just enjoy the time off?
I have never read Richard Dwakins ' the bi-cameral mind' and i think it would be rewarding to read it, so that's my summer suggestion. What would be yours?
Unfortunately my module runs from January to September so I don't get the summer off! Added to which I'm undertaking two law courses for work and the exams for those will be in a year's time so even when my OU module is finished (thankfully no exam this year, just an EMA) I'll still be studying! I'm deferring the next OU course until October 2019 when I change direction entirely and embark on the OU graduate entry law degree. I'm a glutton for punishment but I'm really looking forward to it!
Glad to hear your exam (and philosophy) is out of the way and you can relax for a few months!
That sounds like a very busy schedule. Do you have any time away from study between here at October 2019?