Juggling My Work

These are the work balls I'm currently juggling. All fun stuff!

  • Prepare for a month's excavations at two sites near Norrköping starting 23 June.
  • Finishing touches to Bronze Age book manuscript and illustrations.
  • Publish Aska in Hagebyhöga geophysics paper.
  • Manage Fornvännen's manuscript influx.
  • Edit a book by a retired heritage management official.
  • Schedule landscape history course in Växjö during September.
  • Schedule freshman archaeology in Umeå during September through November.

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This is why making a few golem to do the job is so useful.

By Birger Johansson (not verified) on 03 Jun 2014 #permalink

My work is a load of balls lately, too.

By John Massey (not verified) on 05 Jun 2014 #permalink