Ten functions I used on my PC today

Map of Appalachian Trail

Map of Appalachian Trail (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1. I checked on FaceBook lots of times to see if there is any news from my son who is on the Appalachian Trail

2. I checked my work emails – I really need to get a life – it is SUNDAY

3. I did some work on my latest assignment – realised I needed to DO the Module before I can DO the assignment!  ouch! 😦

4. I checked and read my emails and did some tidying up and actioned flagged emails where possible

5. I read some of the blogs I subscribe to and made some comments and ‘likes’ on their blogs

6. I did a HP survey about this computer I bought a few months back – SOMEONE has to do surveys!

7. Checked my blog stats a few times – I am nearing 300 posts and have over 8,000 reads 🙂

8. I ordered my groceries online and they will be delivered tomorrow

9. Paid my mobile phone account

10. Wrote this blog

What have you done on your computer today? Was it more interesting than my experience? I hope so 🙂

 

cheers for now

Lorraine

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4 thoughts on “Ten functions I used on my PC today

  1. You sound very organised to me. I’ve been on Facebook because thats how I keep track of my daughters between phone calls etc, and my emails where I found your new post as I am a proud subsciber. Apart from that I have been for a healthy walk and followed it with an unhealthy breakfast, so whats that all about

  2. I used to do surveys as a way to make extra money. That was right after I moved to San Diego and suffered cost-of-living sticker shock. My native Texas was much less expensive. But I stayed here.

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