I'll be catching up on practice and briefs review this coming week, as well as work on the various presentations I've got to make in the next couple of months, as well as do laundry, etc. Because it's SPRING BREAAAAAK!!!
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After I do a test, I'm looking through it and trying to see if there are any patterns to my misstrokes. Surely I'm not the only one out there with "finger freeze;" you know, where you write the warm-up material freakin' realtime perfect, but once the ACTUAL TEST begins, the digits stiffen up and hit any key except the ones they're supposed to. I'd like to figure out if there's a rhyme or reason to my misstrokes. Do I tend to ADD keys? Do I tend to MISS keys? Do I tend to hit the key(s) NEXT to the correct ones? Am I messing up initial consonants, vowels, or ending consonants more, and how so? I'm not sure there is any pattern yet, at least not by this week's testing. But if I DO find a pattern, that'll help me in figuring out more slop after the test is done.
I do feel a bit of improvement over last week. Having faith all these small improvements will add up when it's time. And when Spring Break is over, I won't have lost any speed or accuracy when school starts back up again :) Maybe next week, if nothing else comes to mind, I'll blog a bit more about the practical, everyday benefits this journey has brought me.
Have a good week. Don't get into too much trouble.