Sunday, May 27, 2012
Week 3 Progress
Week 3 progress
Getting more and more used to 350. Fingers are getting faster, and I expect accuracy will improve as I sit at 350 for a bit. I'll bump it up to 375 maybe the end of June.
I didn't practice Thursday, though, as I had an all-day depo -- first depo since January, in fact -- and it was in a quiet room. Which is normally good, but the witness and her counsel were soft talkers, and I felt like I had to lipread the entire time. Yes, I asked them to speak up. Many times. And that day the knot in my neck that my chiropractor JUST got out returned with a vengeance.
And I'm registered for the speed and realtime contests at the NCRA annual convention this year, and if you haven't registered for the contest or convention yet, you can do so at this link. I think the early bird discount may still apply, so use the discount code EBCV12 at the checkout.
Illinoisans and nearby people and people who would love to attend: September 7-9 is the Illinois Court Reporters Association annual convention, this time in Springfield, Illinois, and we have none other than the lovely and talented Mark Kislingbury teaching at it! There's also speed and realtime contests, so save the date!
From out of the brain of Kathryn "Stenoray" Thomas, RDR, CRC at 10:14 AM
Labels: 2012 convention, accuracy, ILCRA, Mark Kislingbury, NCRA, speed, The Impossible Goal
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